Career Center students honored

MIDDLEBURY — The Hannaford Career Center has announced the Outstanding Students for its first quarter, which ended in early November. Each quarter, HCC instructors select one student as their program’s Outstanding Student. These students and their guests attend an awards breakfast at the school’s restaurant, The Glass Onion, to be honored for their work ethic, creativity, approach to problem-solving, effort and attitude, collaboration, and other aspects of academics and the center-wide Habits of Work.
Twenty students were honored between breakfast events on Nov. 14 and 15. At the breakfast, catered by the school’s Culinary Arts program, Outstanding Students were introduced by their program instructor and received a T-shirt, designed by a former graphic design program student. Their photo will be placed on the Wall of Fame at each campus.
The first quarter Outstanding Students are as follows:
John Bent, Heavy Equipment Operation (MTA); Wisdom Edwards, Addison Repertory Theatre Performance I (MAUHS); Derek Felkl, Introduction to STEM (MUHS); Emily Gosliga, Human Services — Early Childhood Education (Home); Ben Graham, Computer Science Principles (MUHS); Maeve Hammel, Visual Communications (MUHS); Johan Harding, Diesel Power Technology I (OVUHS); and Journey LaRose, Human Services — Foundations (MUHS).
Also Maeve McGuinness, Design & Illustration (Home); Nick Madison, Mechanical Science (Home); Dana Norton, Addison Repertory Theatre Technical II (MTA); Jamie Prim, Automotive Technology II (MTA); Kyra Roberts, Culinary Arts (MUHS); Oliver Roy, Industrial Design and Fabrication (Home); Jonas Schroeder, Wildlife Biology (MTA); Jaskaran Singh, Visual Communications (MUHS); Charles “Chazz” Welch III, Automotive Technology I (MUHS); Katherine Whipple, Plant and Animal Science (MUHS); Walker Whittemore, Medical Professions II (MAUHS); and Mayson Wisnowski, Medical Professions I (MUHS).

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