April Gold Star Student Assembly

At first they’ll ask you why you’re doing it, then they’ll ask you how you did it.


At Caddo Kiowa Technology Center, our students make no secret of how they do it. It’s evident in the pride they take in their work. They reveal it by showing up. And they prove it with hard work and perseverance.


At CKTC, our students succeed and that is unmistakable as students get recognized each month at the student achievement Gold Star Student Assembly.


“We started doing the assembly a couple of years ago,” reported Organizer Ronda Weaver. “And it just keeps getting bigger and bigger. It is simply amazing to see all of what our students are achieving year after year!”


The Gold Star Student Assembly is a time to announce student achievements. Accomplishments recognized may include, but are not limited to perfect attendance, contest placements, students of the month, program-specific certifications and WorkKeys.


What is WorkKeys?


WorkKeys recipients have completed their ACT WorkKeys assessments that compare their skills to the skills real jobs require.  These scores help employers choose the most qualified candidates for their job openings.


What is Student of the Month?


Instructors nominate students who have shown a range of high-quality character traits. A committee then selects an adult student and a high school student for the honor.


April Gold Star Student Assembly Photo Album


Gold Star Assembly Photo
Receiving Perfect Attendance are Isaiah Tartsah, Welding, Apache; Milton Burnside, Welding, Carnegie; and Cody Catlin-McKee, Auto Collision Repair, Binger.
High School Student of the Month for April is Austin Horn, Diesel Service, Cordell.
Receiving Culinary Arts Certifications are Lorna Matuck, Prep Cook, Anadarko; Cheyenne Hamilton, Culinary Arts Assistant, Anadarko; and Dalton Autaubo, Prep Cook, Anadarko.
Receiving Business Information Technology Certifications are James Feldman, Microsoft Office Specialist National Certification, Tahlequah; Janice Olinger, Microsoft Office Specialist National Certification, Anadarko; Donnie Guoladdle, State BPA Competition 4th Place Prepared Speech, Carnegie; and Aimee Boyiddle Legal Office Assistant, Anadarko.
Receiving HCC Certifications are Sydney Edmondson, National Health Science Assessment Certification, Anadarko; and Melissa Romines, Home Health Aide, Fort Cobb.
Nursing Students recently received Gold Star Chapter status by maintaining at least 75% HOSA affiliation and at least 50% participation in competitive events, attending fall leadership conference, qualifying for the Certificate of Merit for the National Service Project and documenting at least six HOSA activities. The Practical Nursing students accepting this honor and other awards at conference are Kaela Bogdan, 4th place Community Awareness, Hydro; Michael Morton, Cyril; Erin Garr, 3rd place Health Education, Weatherford; Austin Stegall, 4th place Community Awareness, Hydro; Jamie Magby, 3rd place Health Education, Fort Cobb; Taylor Farmer, Fort Cobb; Savannah House, 5th place Public Service Announcement, Binger; Aerial Elix, 5th place Public Service Announcement, Hobart; Kathryn Lopez, 5th place CPR/First Aid, Carnegie; Raven Eagleroad, 5th place CPR/First Aid, Lookeba; Jordan Stephenson, 3rd place Health Education, Anadarko; Taylor Bear, Anadarko; Taylor Petross, 5th place Public Service Announcement, Weatherford; Lauren Horn, 5th place Public Service Announcement, Weatherford; Ashton Lambeth, Clinton; Taylor Ivins, 2nd place Clinical Nursing, Hydro; Michelle Hamlin, Hydro; and Rebecca Skipworth, 3rd place Health Education, Mountain View.
Receiving Automotive Service Certifications are Maxine Dixon, Sara Wilson and Austin Sheppard.
Receiving Bronze Work Keys Certifications are Martha Thrash, Shelby StandingBear, Lindsey Walton, Carlos Gomez and Dana Kionute.
Receiving program certifications are Brenden Schmidt-Martinez and Clayton Bostik.
Receiving Silver Work Keys Certification are Sabine Tsoodle, Jacob Stilley, Cy Lucus, Ashley Aitson, Adam Opitz and Lorna Matuck, Anadarko.
Receiving Perfect Attendance are Isaiah Codopony, Brennen Ward, Colin Parton and Jesus Moreno.
Receiving March Adult Student of the Month is Duran Paukei.
Receiving Culinary Arts Prep Cook Certifications are Tana Toppah, Carnegie; Marley Drywater, Anadarko; Kevin Peniska, Anadarko; and Kenneth Antone, Anadarko.
Receiving HCC Certifications are Haley Leatherbury, Tayler Maze and Sheyenne Butler.
Receiving Automotive Services Chassis Technician are Ashton Galey, Anadarko; and Briana Altstatt, Lookeba.
Receiving Bronze Work Keys Certification are Tana Toppah, Marley Drywater and Chris Hall.
Receiving Silver Work Keys Certification are Tayler Maze, Anadarko; Winona Breuinger, Anadarko; David Pond, Binger; and Sesar Flores, Lookeba.
For over half a century, CKTC has provided career training, business and industry services and leadership programs to a rural district in southwest Oklahoma. Opportunities at CKTC range from business and health to science and transportation trades. Additionally, CKTC offers customized workplace training and short-term training. More information about CKTC is available online at www.mycktc.com or by calling 405.643.5511. CKTC is a proud member of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education, which provides leadership and resources and assures standards of excellence for a comprehensive statewide system of career and technology education. The system offers programs and services in 29 technology center districts.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

One Comment to “April Gold Star Student Assembly”

  1. Congratulation! Proud of what CKTC students accomplish everyday!

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