Grant Career Center recognizes its second quarter top performers

Grant Career Center recently held the Second Quarter Attendance and Awards Assembly where students were recognized for achievements during the second quarter.

Students received Perfect Attendance Awards and Honor Roll Certificates for their efforts. The Top Performers in each program were also announced for the second quarter.

Instructors select Top Performers each quarter by using varying objectives ranging from grades, business and industry readiness, special projects, or improvements.

Students are recognized for their efforts with a special certificate for their career passport, and a gift card or payment of fees.

Students announced as Top Performers for the Second Quarter include:

Allied Health Science

Chris Paul, Robert See and Sarah Eubanks;

Auto Collision

Stephen Lewis, Rodney List, Max Marlow and Kevin Hamblin;

Automotive Service Technology

Dakota Gregory-Edgington, Kyle Sons, Jared Miller and William Rogers;

Business and Finance

Heather Hamilton, Brittany Bates, Jeff Hensley and Eli Wright;


Vincinz Weesner, Jeremy Rayburn, Tyler Herman and Kim Workman;

Cooperative Education

Kayla Wise and Josh Hunt;


Morgan Adams and Jessy Oakly;

Culinary Careers

Zach Zieger, Kim Hess, Natasha Bailey and Casey Rockholt;

Engineering Design

Casey Meyers and Jacob McKinney;


Amy McClanahan, Katelin Loudermilk, Elizabeth Shepherd and Marilee Fehr;

Medical Information Tech

Allison Brunner, Mikayla Dahlheimer, Elsie Silman and Lindsey Shelton;

Metal Fabrication

Blake Hurtt, Jeremy Moore, Blake Payne and Mike Seng;

The Teacher Academy

Morgan Summers and Emily Smiddy.

As the Third Quarter begins, program instructors are setting new goals for the students to work toward in hopes of becoming the next Top Performer.