National Technical Honor Society students honored

Ponca City Now - May 15, 2015 9:41 am

Pioneer Technology Center’s National Technical Honor Society inductees were honored for their accomplishments for the 2014–15 school year. Back row, from left, are Madison Taber, Ponca City; Landen Mcguire, Ponca City; Taylor Neilson, Ponca City; Baylee Jacobs, Tonkawa; Jose Cervantes, Ponca City; Stacy LeBlue, Ponca City and Sally Thompson from Ponca City.

Front row, Laura Kleinmann, Ponca City; Tori Depuy, Ponca City; Cole Burns, Ponca City; Cheyenne Durbin, Tonkawa; Andrea Malone, Newkirk; Chance Randall, Ponca City; Tiffani Czapansky, Pond Creek; Alyssa Lucas, Ponca City and Rylee Richins, Newkirk.

Not pictured are Kyanne Welch from Woodland High School and Haley Meyer from Newkirk.

To be inducted into NTHS each student must be recommended by their instructor and maintain an “A” in their Pioneer Tech class. They musts have three or fewer absences for the year. All students enrolled at PTC have the opportunity to earn this recognition.

Fall enrollment is still underway for the career training programs. Call 580-762-8336 or visit the technology center at 2101 North Ash Street in Ponca City.

 

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