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Penta Career Center held its annual Academic Achievement Award Ceremony April 18 in the Susor Auditorium at the school’s Perrysburg Township campus.

The award was presented to seniors who achieved excellence in their academic studies by maintaining a 3.25 grade point average for the first three quarters of the school year.

Special guest speaker at the ceremony was Dr. Renay Scott, vice president and provost of Owens Community College. During the ceremony, award recipients received a pin and a certificate for their accomplishment. The award pins for the students were sponsored by Toledo Building Services.

Awardees included:

Eastwood seniors: Kimberly Coon (Medical Technologies), Nicholas McCullough (Public Safety/Criminal Justice), Kirsten Protsik (Dental Assistant), and Brittny Stein (Interactive Media).

Genoa seniors: Nickolas Caraway (Interactive Media), Vanessa Cheatham (Medical Technologies), Tiffany Frye (Career-Based Intervention), Isaac Nichols (Transition to Work), Jennalee Niefer (Culinary Arts), Dominick Thumel (Interactive Media), and Christopher Zaborowski (Welding).

Lake seniors: Marshal Authenreith (Computer Hardware/Networking), Curtise Cashen (Applied Manufacturing Technologies), Inteus Chio (Computer Hardware/Networking), David Garcia (Transition to Work), Adam Kocian (Landscape & Turfgrass Management), Katherine LaPlante (Medical Technologies), Lauren Momany (Early Childhood Education), Joshua Pack (Construction Masonry), Sean Pierce (Project SEARCH), Caitlin Stickler (Public Safety/Criminal Justice), Elizabeth Strohscher (Small Animal Care), and Aaron Worden (Computer Hardware/Networking).

Northwood seniors: Kayla Auger (Transition to Work), Kaylie Cousino (Career-Based Intervention), Robert Davidson (Welding), Jessica Litten (Dental Assistant), Diamond Lorenc (Geographic Information Systems), Alexandrea Roach (Small Animal Care), Tabitha Shiffler (Public Safety/Criminal Justice), and Dillon Sparks (Public Safety/Criminal Justice).

Oak Harbor seniors: Shelby Aikman (Career-Based Intervention), Alexis Deleon (Automotive Technology), Heather Devore (Career-Based Intervention), and Matthew Witt (Automotive Technology).

Woodmore seniors: Kurtis Baumgartner (Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science), Jenna Corron (Early Childhood Education), Rebecca Green (Exercise Science/Sports Health Care), Mariah Hindall (Cosmetology), Laura Luckey (Exercise Science/Sports Health Care), and Ryan Wicker (Construction Remodeling).

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