Abington Journal

SCCTC announces students of month for February, 2018

Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center Executive Director Alice M. Davis announced the students of the month for February. From left, first row, are Elizabeth Hendrickson, 10th grade, Automotive Technology, Montrose; Sarah Gover, 12th grade, Cosmetology, Elk Lake; Bralee Canfield, 11th grade, Cosmetology, Tunkhannock; Makenzie McDonald, adult student, Cosmetology; Damian Rickert, 10th grade; Vehicle Maintenance, Mountain View, and Davis. Second row, Michael Redding, 12th grade, Criminal Justice/Police Science, Montrose; Searra Muller, 12th grade, Food Management/Prod/Services, Montrose; Josiah Hricko, 11th grade, Apprentice Craftsman, Lackawanna Trail; Izaak Cook, 12th grade, Carpentry and Cabinetmaking, Mountain View; Avery DiGregorio, 11th grade, Electrical, Plumbing and Heating, Susquehanna; Angelica Brink, 11th grade, Health Care Technology, Susquehanna; Jenice Taluba, 12th grade,Food Management/Prod/Services, Elk Lake, and Alexis Waldron, 12th grade, Health Care Technology, Montrose. Absent from photo are Nicholas Wilmarth, 12th grade, Apprentice Craftsman, Mountain View; Colin Schake, 10th grade, Business Education, Elk Lake; Josh Corneau, adult student, Welding Technology; Dakota Costantino, 12th grade, Welding Technology, Montrose, and Noah Staff, 10th grade, Autobody/Collision Repair Technology, Elk Lake.

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