Pioneer Technology recognizes 28 SHARE graduates

Team Radio Marketing Group - May 23, 2017 11:37 am

Pioneer Technology Center’s SHARE program recently recognized 28 graduates for the 2016-2017 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 academic with specific career and technology training.

Graduates pictured from left, third row, are Tyson Humble, Blackwell; Keaton Hinkle, Trevor Scott, Justin Starnes and Rowdy Grigsba all from Ponca City; Dillon Colclasure, Newkirk; Cole Bruder and Andrea Juarez-Flores from Ponca City.

Second row, Matt Holland, Newkirk; Ali Jeffries, Cherokee Hinkle, Dezeray Gelino, and Leslie Garcia all from Ponca City; Riley Emerson, Blackwell; Bailey Coleman, Adrianne Brown, and Destiney Wilson from Ponca City.

First row, Cheyanna King, Mariah Rogers and Brian Penka from Ponca City; Nick Olmstead, Newkirk; Morgan McCune and Adam Gomez, Ponca City and Raven Hurst and Colton Varner from Blackwell.

Not pictured: Brendan Carr, Woodland; Seth Cole, Newkirk and Andy Rains from Ponca City.

For more information on Pioneer Technology Center’s SHARE program, call (580) 718-4256.


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