Penta Career Center honored outstanding members of the class of 2012 at seven separate ceremonies held May 21-23 in the Susor Auditorium on the Penta campus.
The Outstanding Student Award was presented to 54 seniors based on performance and excellence in their individual career-technical program.
Each of the students recognized during the Senior Recognition Ceremonies received a career passport that contained a certificate of completion signed by the student’s instructor, supervisor, high school director and the superintendent. The career passport also included a list of competencies that the student attained while attending Penta, a personal data sheet, and other documents listing the student’s accomplishments.
Among the outstanding students honored were
Haiden Peters, Eastwood, Automotive Collision Repair;
Vanessa Cheatham, Genoa, Medical Technologies;
Isaac Nichols, Genoa, Automotive Technology;
Colten Palmer, Genoa, Public Safety/Criminal Justice;
Christopher Zaborowski, Genoa, Welding;
Tiffany Sting, Lake, Culinary Arts;
Armina Urbina, Lake, Cosmetology;
Aaron Worden, Lake, Computer Hardware & Networking;
Megan Pryke, Lake, Marketing Education;
Diamond Lorenc, Northwood, Geographic Information Systems;
Taylor Durdel, Oak Harbor, Hair Design;
Kelly Zurvalec, Oak Harbor, Marketing Education;
Jenna Corron, Woodmore, Early Childhood Education;
Laura Luckey, Woodmore, Exercise Science/Sports Health Care;
Ryan Wicker, Woodmore, Construction Remodeling.