Hannaford Career Center names its top students

MIDDLEBURY — The Hannaford Career Center has announced the Outstanding Students for its second quarter, which closed in late January. 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-three students were honored. At the breakfast, catered by the school’s Culinary Arts program, Outstanding Students are introduced by their program instructor and receive a T-shirt, designed by a former graphic design program student. Their photo is then placed on the Wall of Fame at each campus.
The second quarter Outstanding Students in each program are as follows:
Computer Science Principles, Ileigh Aube (MUHS); Automotive Technology II, Austin Brown (MAUHS); Wildlife Management, Eben Clifford (MAUHS); Mechanical Science, Joseph Connor (Home); Automotive Technology I, Gabe Cousino (MAUHS); Engineering/Mechanical Design, Benjamin Crawford (MUHS); Visual Communications B. Tony Dicovitsky (Home); Precision Measurement & CNC, Nick Doolan (MUHS); Diesel Power Technology II, Lucas Farrell (MUHS); and Conservation Equipment Operation, William Forbes (MUHS).
Also Human Services II, Ashley Friend (MUHS); ART Performance, Eden Ginsburg (MAUHS); Diesel Power Technology I, Johan Harding (OVUHS); Design & Illustration, Claire Holloway (MAUHS); Sustainable Agriculture, Emily Jackson (VUHS); Medical Professions II, Katherine Kandzior (MAUHS); Introduction to STEM, Alexander Mencel (MUHS); Visual Communications A, Fairley Olson (MUHS); ART Technical, Peter Orzech (MUHS); Human Services I, Alanah Rockwell (MAUHS); Medical Professions I, Cassie Stearns (MUHS); Culinary Arts, Katelyn Warner (MUHS); Plant & Animal Science, Hannah Whitcomb (MAUHS).
The third quarter closes on March 28, at which point new Outstanding Students will be selected in each program.

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