Hannaford Career Center names outstanding students
MIDDLEBURY — The Hannaford Career Center has announced its outstanding students for its second quarter, which closed on January 10th. Each quarter, HCC instructors select one student as their program’s outstanding sudent. These students and their guests will 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. Their photos will be displayed on the Wall of Fame at each campus until the quarter ends on March 26th.
The second quarter Outstanding Students in each program are as follows: Culinary Arts, Abigail Bailey (MUHS); Sustainable Agriculture II, Rebecca Bennett (MAUHS); Conservation Equipment Operation, Zachary Botola (VUHS); Human Services I, Vanessa Brown (Adult); Mechanical Science, Kasey Cavoretto (MAUHS); Automotive Technology 103, Mitchell Clark (VUHS); Design & Illustration, Amanda Cook (VUHS); and Construction Technology, Shea Cravens (MAUHS)
Also Plant & Animal Science, Isabella Daignault-Bailey (MUHS); Precision Measurement & CNC, Matthew DeMatties (VUHS); ART Technical, Tony Dicovitsky (MUHS); ART Performance, Eryn Diehl (MUHS); Medical Professions I, Mahaila Gosselin (MUHS); Diesel Power Technology II, Johan Harding (OVUHS); Visual Communications A, Joy Holzhammer (Home); Medical Professions II, Lexi Huestis (MUHS); Automotive Technology 101, Tucker LaBonte (MAUHS); Engineering/ Mechanical Design, Gage Lalumiere (VUHS); and Intro to STEM B, Colby Little (MAUHS).
And Human Services II, Kyle Mitchell (MUHS); Intro to STEM A, Ben Munkres (MUHS); Diesel Power Technology I, Orion Parsels (MAUHS); Sustainable Agriculture I, Nadya Sato (MUHS); Computer Science Principles, Tristin Sullivan (MUHS); Visual Communications B, Henry Wagner (MUHS); and Wildlife Management, Ryan Whitcomb (MAUHS).
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