December Gold Star Students

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December Gold Star Students

It takes a lot of hard work, perseverance and studying to succeed. Caddo Kiowa Technology Center students have all of this in addition to making sacrifices and having the courage to go for a career that is also their passion.

Those in a position of hiring are also well aware that student accomplishments are typically a good indicator of future job performance. For that reason, CKTC students regard the Gold Star Student Achievement Assembly as a crucial part of being prosperous beyond their training.

Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do. – Pele

The Gold Star Student Assembly is a time to recognize those who are doing great things, one small thing at a time. CKTC student accomplishments include but are not limited to industry-specific certifications and WorkKeys, perfect attendance, contest winners and students of the month.

 

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. 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 Student Assembly.

 

 

CKTC Student Achievements – December Photo Album

December Gold Star
Placing first in Illustrated Talk at FCCLA Districts from Early Care and Education are Lorna Coley (Anadarko) and Lauryn Welch (Binger). Kara Towler (Apache) placed second in Job Interview.

December Gold Star

Career Major Completion in MAT (Medication Assistant Technician) Certification are Lita Gibson, Anadarko; Carmelita Ybarra, Apache; Mikael Thompson, Anadarko; Samantha Birt, Carnegie; Elyssa Brown, Apache, Mia Josey, Apache; Kaytlynn Vasquez, Anadarko; and Aryn Molina, Apache.
MAT (Medication Administration Technician) Certification Career Major Completion are Anna Elliott, Cement; Kelsie Tsalote, Fort Cobb; Iris Irish, Carnegie; Ashton Burkhead, Anadarko; Alyssa Gomes, Anadarko; Jacob Williams, Binger; and Priscilla Reyes, Hydro.
Receiving WorkKeys Certifications are (sitting) Ky’ana Willhoite, Anadarko (Silver); Isaiah Codopony, Apache (Bronze). Standing are Ashley Rich, Apache (Silver); Talon Davis, Fort Cobb (Bronze); Jesus Moreno, Anadarko (Silver); and Nola Rodriquez, Anadarko (Gold).
Career Major Completers in Practical Nursing are Erin Garr, Weatherford and William Michael Morton, Cyril.
Career Major Completers in Cosmetology are Kesley Doyle, Weatherford; Leah Meiser, Hydro; and Markie Morton, Cement.
Career Major Completer in Welding is Derek Blackburn, Apache (Structural Welder Technician).
Receiving BITE Certifications are Kelsey Autaubo, Anadarko (Microsoft Office Specialist National Certification); Leatrice Goombi, Fort Cobb (Microsoft Office Word); and Heaven Hobgood, Anadarko (Medical Insurance Coder).
Career Major Completer in Construction is Isaiah Codopony, Apache (Carpenter Helper).
December Students of the Month are Jacob Williams (Health Careers), Binger and William Michael Morton (Practical Nursing), Cyril.

 

For almost 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.

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