Grant Career Center announces its third quarter top performers

Grant Career Center top performers for the third quarter.
Grant Career Center recently held the Third Quarter Attendance and Awards Assembly where students were recognized for achievements during the third quarter.

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

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

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

Students announced as Top Performers for the Third Quarter include: Allied Health Science, Mikayla Cooper and Chris Taylor; Auto Collision, Tanner Duncan, Jon Scott, Ryan Logan and Frank Frasher; Automotive Service Technology, Jacob Morgan, Levi Rettig, David Hammock and Jacob Hamblin; Business and Finance, Lizzy Peace, Phyllis Hammock and Brittany Bates; Carpentry, Jon Lewis, Shane Jeffers, Eric Sodders and Jordan Collins;

Cooperative Education, Chase Beck and Spencer Ireton; Cosmetology, Amber Buckley and Nikki Dillow; Culinary Careers, Kortney Hildebrand, Gina Vieregge, Zach Zieger and Sean Lane; Engineering Design, Austin Kinnard and Jeremy Trester; Horticulture, Amber Snodgrass, Coralena Emmons, Ryan Gambrell, Michelle Lindquist, Ashley Perry and Katelin Loudermilk;

Medical Information Tech, Monica Craig, Kayla Taulbee, Brittany Hance and Brittany Crumpton; Metal Fabrication, Aaron Martin, Lance Houser, Brandon Kirk and Logan Houser; The Teacher Academy, Rachel Heflin, Sammi Gregory and Casey Posey.

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