33 graduate from Pioneer Technology’s SHARE program

The Associated Press - May 18, 2018 1:34 pm

Pioneer Technology Center’s SHARE program recently recognized 33 graduates for the 2017-2018 school year.  SHARE stands for Sharing Hope and Redefining Education.  The SHARE program opens doors to new futures for participating students.  This unique program combines the academic with specific career and technology training.

Graduates pictured from left, fourth row: Logan Jobe, Blackwell; Tristan Linder, Ponca City; Cheyenne Smith, Tonkawa; Tryistan Bransford, Hunter Neilson and Hunter Davisson, all from Ponca City, and Blake Stasyszen of Blackwell.

Third row: Shelby Cowan, DJ Stolhand, Johnathon Hutchinson, and Baylee Pemberton, all from Ponca City; Cindy Love, Tonkawa; Bradley VanDusen, Kenneth Davis, and Abigail Stevens all from Ponca City, and Donald Brasher of Tonkawa.

Second row: Shelby Estlack, Jordan Alexy, Elizabeth Davisson, Kristal George, Jadyn Plush, Aliyah Kearney, Jayci Inguarm, Emily Jones and Karington Bennett, all from Ponca City

First row: Libby Adams and Sataiya Goree from Ponca City.

Not pictured: Roger Lewis, Ponca City as well as Bailey Johns and Matthew Harris, of  Blackwell.

For more information on Pioneer Technology Center’s SHARE program, call (580) 718-4281.

 

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