The Wayne Technical and Career Center in Williamson presented its Quarterly Quality Student Awards for the first quarter of 2019-20.
Instructors recognized the following students for demonstrating exceptional communication skills, personal and workplace behaviors, quality process skills, and specific technical and career skills.
Clyde-Savannah: Zackery Bowen-Steen (auto body repair), Sage Brandt (computer programming and video game design), Adrianna Condon (cosmetology), Arielle Decker (animal science), and Connor Wright (electrical trades).
Gananda: Thomas Hawn (computer programming and video game design), Owan Hilton (electrical trades), Paige Litteer (professions in education and human services), Theresa Shirtz (New Vision health therapy science), and Erin Weill (New Vision medical careers).
Lyons: Amber Blanchette (culinary arts), Javar Couturier (auto body repair), Zakkary Dunn (computer programming and video game design), and Zoe Frey (New Vision medical careers).
Marion: Jakob VanDerMaere (computer programming and video game design), and Anthony Whitney (auto technology).
Newark: Ashanti Carithers (cosmetology), Haleigh Casler (culinary arts), Arianna Conant (health professions), Hannah Fisher (New Vision health therapy science), Jazmine Guzman (animal science), Kaylah Meadows (health professions), and Luis Ortiz (auto body repair).
North Rose-Wolcott: Cove Batzold (advanced manufacturing and engineering), Dakota Bryan (auto technology), Lauren Bullard (New Vision veterinary assistant), Alyssa Hernandez-Camarillo (cosmetology), Shelby Cuturia (advanced manufacturing and engineering), Dakota Bryan (auto technology), Elizabeth Manley (professions in education and human services), Hannah Mathes (criminal justice), Jessi Mendenhall (criminal justice), Jacob Minier (criminal justice), Olivia O’Neil (criminal justice), and Elisabeth Waterman (cosmetology).
Palmyra-Macedon: Tyler Beals (conservation), Adam Keller (auto technology), Rocco Marcellino (auto technology), Logan Stilwell (health professions) and Skye Wallace (health professions).
Red Creek: Elysha Crawford (criminal justice), Ethan Humbert (electrical trades), Leiz’er Serrano (auto technology), Michael Stanley (electrical trades) and Joshua Whiting (conservation).
Sodus: Syndie Babb (culinary arts), Hannah McAdoo (cosmetology) and John Molisani (carpentry).
Wayne: Zachary Banke (electrical trades), Jacob Cheesman (power mechanics), Cory Cook (advanced manufacturing and engineering), Daniel DiGravio (electrical trades), Meadow Ferry (New Vision medical careers), Colin Flannery (carpentry), Dillon Girvin (computer programming and video game design), Nicole Kabera (New Vision medical careers), Hunter Kohlmetz (culinary arts), Jalynn Salter (health professions), Spencer Schreiber (conservation), Noah Sieczkarski (electrical trades), and Dakota Tigue (power mechanics).
Williamson: Hope Beckwith (carpentry), Savannah Fisher (professions in education and human services), Joseph Goodness (auto body repair), Ryan LaBarr (power mechanics), Connor McVey (advanced manufacturing and engineering), Heather Ramsdell (cosmetology), Riley Schmitt (power mechanics), Noah Scileppi (criminal justice), Nathan Sehm (auto body repair), Austin Steurrys (advanced manufacturing and engineering), and Laurel Taft (animal science).