John D. Rockefeller IV Career Center in Hancock County honors graduates

NEW CUMBERLAND — The John D. Rockefeller IV Career Center honored graduating seniors and completers at a recognition program held May 21. This group included 94 students from Oak Glen High School, Weir High School and Madonna High School.

Certificates were given to students for the number of hours accrued. Students receiving certificates included:

¯ Auto Collision Technology: Keith Bednarzik, Tyler Daugherty, Elizabeth Hartley, Zachary Johnson, Dylan Langley, Taylor Purks, Lydia Scears, Caleb Smith, Madison Southall

¯ Automotive Technology: Dalton Delcourte, Strider Hannen, Jeff Bauduin, Austin Bosworth, Nathan Campbell, Chance Elliott, Gage Geer, Josh Hudson, Dewey Moore, Gavin Ray, Garrett Wright

¯ Automotive Technology: Corbin Allen, Austin Harris, Cheyenne John, Anthony Nicosia, Matthew Silver, Preston Brown, Joseph Curtis, Lucas Dillow, Ian Fleischman, Chance Fryer, Doug Logue

¯ Carpentry: Clayton Dalporto, Jonathan Howard, Hunter Miralno, Caleb Stan, Stephen Wilson, Hayley Davis, Ethan Hurl, William Minnis, Desiree West, Emily Wilson, Nathan Zanieski, Tamara Jacobs

¯ Diesel Technology: Ryan Speirs, Gage A, Logston, Gage M. Logston, David Clifton, Zachary Williams

¯ Graphic Design: Dylan LeMasters, Tristen Ashcraft, Zachary Guiddy, Caitlyn Newlun, Talon Pettit

¯ Health Science Education: Alayna Davis, Hannah Eddy, Allison Edmund, Gabrielle Jackson, Halle Johnson, Madison Lockhart, Kylie McGurren, Cierra Miller, Carly Mooney, Paige Walker

¯ Health Science Education: Hannah Barton, Elizabeth Boyles, Meghan Foster, Alecia Kompardo, Alaina Norton, Lexus Robertson, Adrianna Rollyson, Bethany Stauffer, Madison Stevens

¯ ProStart Culinary: Curtis Cain, Autumn Geary, Lexus Rowland, Kassady Taylor, Marlee Richmond, Cyara Soukup, Summer Bittinger, Victoria May, Seth Polen, Xavier Conkle, Haleigh Dean, Hannah Swiger

¯ Welding Technology: Tanner Mikula, Lucas Randolph, Elijah Stewart, Shawn Bragg, Dakota Holbrook, Dylan Merriman, Ethan Mick, Caleb Minger, Spencer Fiedorczyk, Antonio Daddario

An Outstanding Achievement Award was presented to students who had exceeded all the requirements of each program. Those recipients were: Keith Bednarzik, auto collision technology, Joe Curtis, automotive technology, Ethan Hurl, carpentry, Ryan Speirs, diesel technology, Tristen Ashcraft, graphic design, Gabrielle Jackson, health science education, Curtis Cain, pro start culinary, and Caleb Minger, welding technology.

The students inducted into the National Technical Honor Society, honoring achievement and leadership in career and technical education were: Tristen Ashcraft, Hannah Barton, Elizabeth Boyles, Keith Bednarzik, Shawn Bragg, Preston Brown, Curtis Cain, Joe Curtis, Clayton Dalporto, Haleigh Dean, Hannah Eddy, Allison Edmond, Ian Fleischman, Gage Geer, Zachary Guiddy, Jonathan Howard, Ethan Hurl, Gabrielle Jackson, Halle Johnson, Alecia Kompardo, Kylie McGurren, Ethan Mick, Tanner Mikula, Cierra Miller, Caleb Minger, Carly Mooney, Caitlyn Newlun, Anthony Nicosia, Alaina Norton, Marlee Richmond, Lexus Robertson, Adrianna Rollyson, Lexus Rowland, Cyara Soukup, Madison Southall, Ryan Speirs, Caleb Stan, Madison Stevens, Elijah Stewart, Kassady Taylor, Paige Walker, Desiree West, Emily Wilson, Stephen Wilson, Garrett Wright, and Nathan Zanieski.

Students were recognized with the WV Governor’s Workforce Credential were: Tristen Ashcraft, Hannah Barton, Elizabeth Boyles, Hannah Eddy, Alison Edmond, Zachary Guiddy, Gabrielle Jackson, Alecia Kompardo, Ethan Mick, Tanner Mikula, Cierra Miller, Caleb Minger, Alaina Norton, Adrianna Rollyson, Elijah Stewart, Paige Walker, and Emily Wilson.

Several scholarships were given during the ceremony. The Northern Panhandle Lions Club Scholarship was presented to Kylie McGurren. Hannah Barton and Paige Walker were the recipients of The Orchards of Foxcrest Scholarship. Halle Johnson and Lexus Robertson were awarded The Serra Village/ WGC Foundation Scholarship. Elijah Stewart was the recipient of The Randy Green Memorial Scholarship. The JDR4CC LPN/Therapeutics Full Scholarship was given to Hannah Eddy.

Dan Enich, director of JDRCC and secondary curriculum director of Hancock County Schools, presented the esteemed Director’s Award Scholarship to Caleb Minger. The recipient of this award is chosen from those students who were awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award, indicating an exemplary student who strives for excellence both at their home high school and in the simulated workplace environment.


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