CKTC holds October Gold Star student recognition assembly

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Caddo Kiowa Technology Center holds October Gold Star student recognition assembly

CKTC recently held its October Gold Star student recognition assembly. CKTC staff acknowledges students for a variety of different honors during this much anticipated event. Both students and staff take great pride in each student recognition assembly because it highlights significant career objectives.

“Being a student comes with its share of obstacles, but you can just look at what our students accomplish to know they are determined to succeed,” reported Work Prep Coordinator Ronda Weaver. “The Gold Star student recognition assembly is a time to highlight those efforts.”

Obstacles are the raw materials
of great accomplishments
– Tommy Newberry

During each Gold Star student recognition assembly, staff announce student achievements and honors. Accomplishments recognized may include but are not limited to perfect attendance, contest placements, students of the month, program-specific certifications and WorkKeys.

 

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.

 

October Gold Star Student Assembly Photo Album

Biomedical Sciences students receiving their white lab coats are Trinity Dietrich, Carnegie; Alston Burleson, Carnegie; Becky Robinson, Cement; Bryson Munn, Cement; Paola Isquierdo, Carnegie; Brooklyn Rackley, Cement; Kalli McSperitt, Carnegie; and Linda Ramnarine, Carnegie.
Those receiving Perfect Attendance for the first nine weeks are Cullen Daughtery, Anadarko; Zach Plummer, Cordell; Isaiah Codopony, Apache; and Kenny Pauls, Corn.
Kenny Pauls, Corn; Meliton Gomez, Fort Cobb; Brian Doughty, Cement; and Merek Tsoodle, Anadarko were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.
Practical Nursing Career Major Completers are Amanda Satepeahtaw, Carnegie; and Raven Enagleroad, Binger.
August Students of the Month are Kassidy Walter, Fort Cobb (High School); and Kenny Pauls, Corn (Adult)
Those receiving Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider are Shalee Brock, Fort Cobb; Julia Nasuti, Hinton; Brylane Turner, Hinton; Skyler Saunier, Cement; Kassidy Walters, Fort Cobb; Mariah Beaver, Anadarko; Madison Satepeahtaw, Mountain View; Abbigale Bilyeu, Carnegie; and Ana Barillas, Hinton.
Career Major Completers for Diesel Mechanics are Marquis Lewis, Apache, Medium/Heavy Diesel & Ag Service Technician with CDL Class A; and Elijah Cisco, Anadarko, Medium/Heavy Diesel & Ag Service Technician.
Those receiving WorkKeys Certifications are Meliton Gomez, Fort Cobb; (Bronze); Irik Silverhorn, Anadarko (Silver); Julia Nasuti, Hinton (Silver) Thomas Hobgood, Anadarko (Platinum); Makenzie Mayer, Cyril (Bronze); Trevor Sweeden, Cement (Gold); Merek Tsoodle, Anadarko (Silver); and Brian Doughty, Cement (Platinum).
Microsoft Office Specialist National Certification recipients are Hope Lovelace, Carnegie; and Kyra Kaulaity, Anadarko. Completing Business Information Technology Education is Robyn Beaver, Anadarko.
Biomedical Science students receiving their white lab coats are Hannah Scott, Binger; and Cierra Mize, Carnegie.
High School Students of the Month are Dianah Chandler, Apache (September); and Kade Meiwes, Lookeba (October).
Those students receiving Perfect Attendance for the first nine weeks are Ronald Garcia, Anadarko; Thomas Yagley, Apache; and Lori Kionute, Binger.
Anna Mitchell, Lookeba, was inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.
Those receiving Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider are Natalie Calzada, Lookeba; Alyssa Granado, Carnegie; Dianah Chandler, Apache; Eve Smith, Anadarko; Georgeina Tallbird, Carnegie; Cassidy Wolfe, Apache; Macayla Shook, Gracemont; Kaydence Wright, Anadarko; Chasity Hill, Mountain View; Makenzie Myers, Anadarko; Summer Stidham, Anadarko; Jayla Quintero, Anadarko; and Brooke Chlouber, Anadarko.
Those receiving WorkKeys Certifications are Traci Parton, Fort Cobb (Gold); Lori Kionute, Binger (Bronze); Avery Beam, Binger (Gold); Chasity Hill, Mountain View (Bronze); and Macayla Shook, Gracemont (Gold).
Digital Imaging and Print Technology Completers are Elias Oyebi, Anadarko (3D Gaming Designer); and Ashley Rich, Apache (Digital Media Web Specialist).
Receiving her Silver WorkKeys Certification is Kyra Kaulaity, Anadarko.
Culinary Arts Career Major Completers are Terald Bigbow, Mountain View; and Denise Lewis, Apache.
Combination Welder Career Major Completers are Zane Ware, Apache; and Cullen Daughtery, Anadarko. Daughtery was also inducted into the National Honor Technical Society.
Teresa Howard and Kathryn Silverhorn, both of Anadarko, received their Early Care Education Master Teacher certification.

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