Pioneer Tech March Students of the Month

Ponca City Now - March 29, 2024 6:06 am

Ponca City, OK ——-Pioneer Technology Center (PTC) proudly announces Kaydence Williams and Chad Chrisco as the March Students of the Month.

Kaydence Williams, a junior at PTC in the Health Careers program, has been selected for her outstanding academic achievements and exemplary dedication to her studies. Kaydence consistently excels in her coursework, demonstrating exceptional grades and active participation in class discussions. Her enthusiasm for learning and commitment to high standards serve as an inspiration to her peers and reflect the qualities of a model student. Williams’ remarkable work ethic and contributions to the school community make her a deserving recipient of this prestigious recognition.

Chad Chrisco, an adult student enrolled in the Culinary Arts program has also been honored as the March Student of the Month. Chad’s positive attitude, motivation, and leadership skills have made him an invaluable asset to the Culinary program. He not only excels academically but also actively supports his fellow classmates, helping and sharing insightful ideas. Despite facing personal challenges, Chad’s dedication to his education and commitment to fulfilling his responsibilities exemplify his resilience and determination. He is admired by many high school students for his wisdom and leadership qualities.

To celebrate their accomplishments, these students will enjoy the privilege of complimentary beverages for the entire month, courtesy of Pioneer Technology Center’s Student of the Month program. For more information about Pioneer Tech and its programs, please visit their website at www.pioneertech.edu or contact them at 762-8336.

Chad Chrisco                                                                      Kaydence Williams

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