Receiving perfect attendance for the semester are Dean Dever (Cyril) and Alyssa Gomes (Anadarko). Health Careers Student Abbigale Bilyeu (Carnegie) is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship from National Technical Honor Society. Leisha Masheet (Apache), a Diesel Services Tech student at CKTC, was recently presented the Breaking Traditions award at the SkillsUSA conference. She is pictured here with Andrew Boyton (Hinton) and Brian Doughty (Cement). Heidi Moreno (Weatherford) placed second place in Nail Art at State SkillsUSA Contest. April Students of the Month are Thomas Hobgood (Anadarko) and Loraine Isaac (Anadarko). May Students of the Month are Adolphus Goombi (Anadarko) and Brooklyn Rackley (Cyril). In the front are Health Careers Completers Kenlee Chenoweth (Hinton); Ana Barillas (Hinton); Abbigale Bilyeu (Carnegie); Raelee Griggs (Apache); Donna Bert (Anadarko); and Brylane Turner (Hinton). In the back are Mariah Beaver (Fort Cobb); Skylar Saunier (Cement); Kaylee Bradley (Fort Cobb); Nahmi Burgess (Apache); Julia Nasuti (Hinton); and Kodee Hrbacek (Apache). Welding NCCR Curriculum Completers are Zane Ware (Apache); Justine Talmadge (Anadarko); Brayan Reyes (Hydro); Brycen Fischer (Mountain View); Dawson Lankister (Fort Cobb); Brayden Nicholes (Mountain View); Brock Young (Cement); and Tanner Craddock (Fort Cobb). Not pictured are Logan Franklin (Fort Cobb); Clifton Hastie (Mountain View); and Jaymason Smith (Fort Cobb). Welding Students of the Year are Dawson Lankister (Fort Cobb); Brock Young (Cement); Zane Ware (Apache); and Justine Talmadge (Anadarko). Auto Service Completers are Stanford Pahdocony (Apache); David Eyster (Lookeba); Gage Lynn (Binger); and Daron Highwalker (Anadarko). HVAC Completers are Skylar Ahlsten (Mountain View); Meliton Gomez (Fort Cobb); Adolphus Goombi (Anadarko); Gage Clark (Mountain View); Thomas Hobgood (Anadarko); Dallon Lindsey (Mountain View); Trevor Sweeden (Carnegie); Gavin Fischer (Mountain View); Jakobie Kaesemeyer (Cyril); Sterling Lee (Mountain View); and Brett Pittman (Fort Cobb). Not pictured is Jerry Connor Roberts (Apache). Construction Completers are Jacob Lindsey (Apache); Xavier Smith (Anadarko); and Dylan Yarbrough (Binger). Early Care Education Completers are Loraine Isaac (Anadarko); Jayda Daniell (Gracemont); Shanti Siyuja (Anadarko); Halina Salazar (Mountain View); Jasmin Scorgham (Gracemont); Maria Gomez (Hydro); and Teah Marshall (Hydro). Not pictured is Brittany Lacy (Fort Cobb). Culinary Arts Completers are Kylie Austin (Gracemont) and Antonia LeBarre (Apache). Not pictured is Isabella Twohatchet (Fort Cobb). Cosmetology Completer is River Ryan (Carnegie). Diesel Mechanics Career Completers are Brian Doughty (Cement); Andrew Boyton (Hinton); Zachary Owen (Binger); and Dillon Mackey (Hinton). Digital Imaging Career Completers are Jaidyn Rackley (Mountain View); Merek Tsoodle (Anadarko); Elijah Ware (Apache); Makenzie Mayer (Cyril). PLTW Biomedical Science Completers are Allie Green (Mountain View); Rylee Floyd (Mountain View); Randi Troglin (Mountain View); Rachel Uhlig (Hydro); Haley McCurley (Cyril); and Angel Dobry (Cement). State Welding Certification recipients are Brayan Reyes (Hydro); Justine Talmadge (Anadarko); Brycen Fischer (Mountain View); Brock Young (Cement); Harley Dillon (Carnegie); and Cullen Daugherty (Anadarko). Welding Career Major Completers are Justine Talmadge (Anadarko); Jeremy Mitchell (Fort Cobb); Dawson Lankister (Fort Cobb). Not pictured – Jaymason Smith (Fort Cobb) and Isaiah Tartsah (Apache). Welding NCCR Curriculum Completers are Avery Beam (Binger); Zeba Bullington (Binger); Ethan Nichols (Verden); Bryce Pruitt (Hydro); Michael WhitePlume (Anadarko); Vincent Guevara (Verden); and Drew Griffin (Apache). Health Careers Completers are Iris Irish (Carnegie); Alyssa Gomes (Anadarko); Macayla Shook (Binger); Jayla Quintero (Anadarko); Brooke Chlouber (Anadarko); Eve Smith (Anadarko); Chasity Hill (Carnegie); Diana Myers (Apache). Not pictured are Samantha Birt (Carnegie); Natalie Calzada (Lookeba); Alyssa Granado (Carnegie); Makenzie Myers (Anadarko); Summer Stidham (Anadarko); Georgeina Tallbird (Carnegie); Cassidy Wolfe (Apache); and Kaydence Wright (Anadarko). Automotive Service Completers are Luis Hugar (Anadarko); Terrance Williams (Apache); and Ricardo Cervantes (Anadarko). Diesel Mechanics Completer is Jacob Crutcher (Verden). Business Information Technology Completer is Uriah Beaver (Anadarko). HVAC Completer is Kade Meiwes (Lookeba). Digital Imaging Completers are Jared Morris (Apache); Casey Dunnan (Lookeba); and Lori Kionute (Binger). Early Care Education Completers are Lauryn Welch (Binger); Alana LeadingFighter (Anadarko); Trinity Skinner (Carnegie); and Anna Mitchell (Lookeba). Culinary Arts Completers are Mekhi Williams (Anadarko); Kelsey Yokesuite (Apache); and Ronald Garcia (Anadarko). Not pictured is Rebecca Reiser (Anadarko). Advanced PLTW Pre-Engineering Completer is Emily Kalahan (Carnegie). Students receiving WorkKeys Certifications are Annette Vasquez (Fort Cobb) – Silver; Amy Torrell (Anadarko) – Bronze; Brittany Von Allman (Lookeba) – Bronze; Destiny White (Anadarko) – Bronze; Jailynn White (Anadarko) – Silver; and Christian Woosypitti (Anadarko) – Silver. Kenny Pauls (Corn), a business student at Caddo Kiowa Tech Center, receives perfect attendance for the entire school year. What is WorkKeys?
The awards assembly recognizes students who 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. These CKTC student achievements are announced during the Gold Star Student Assembly.
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. These CKTC student achievements are announced during the Gold Star awards assembly.
What is National Technical Honor Society?
Those students inducted into
NTHS exemplify good, honest and responsible student-citizens who have made a personal commitment to excellence and who agree to uphold the NTHS standards of conduct.
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
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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.
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