St. Joseph County CTE Students of the Semester announced

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The St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education (CTE) Consortium recently recognized several students who were nominated by their instructors for their outstanding performance during the first semester.

These students have distinguished themselves among their peers by demonstrating dedication, perseverance, and commitment in their CTE programs. Instructors commonly describe these students as having a strong work ethic, within and outside the classroom, great initiative, and positive attitude, with a focus on self-improvement and willingness to learn new skills. In addition, they have assumed leadership roles by promoting teamwork and assisting classmates while setting excellent examples with attendance, reliability, and attention to detail.

Congratulations to the following CTE students of the semester:

Benjamin Ruden, Three Rivers High School – Automotive Technologies

Alyssa Patten, Sturgis High School – Automotive Technologies

Ellie Miller, Centreville High School – Engineering Design Technologies 

Christian Perry, Sturgis High School – Engineering Design Technologies 

Kami Beachey, Centreville High School – Graphic Design

Harlie Blum, Sturgis High School – Health Science – Year 2 

Lukas Yunker, Sturgis High School – Manufacturing 

Zachary Pueschel, Sturgis High School – Manufacturing 

Rodrigo Urbina, Sturgis High School – Manufacturing 

Margaret Gose, Three Rivers High School – Marketing 

Zabrina Zetty, Mendon High School – Public Safety

Susann Bingaman, White Pigeon High School – Public Safety

Patience Berry, Sturgis High School – Teacher Academy

Ellianna Raymond, Three Rivers High School – Welding Technologies – Constantine

Devin McVicker, White Pigeon High School – Welding Technologies – Constantine

Owen Heuring, Three Rivers High School – Welding Technologies – Glen Oaks