SHARE program at Pioneer Technology Center recognizes 33 graduates

Ponca City Now - May 30, 2019 2:18 pm

Pioneer Technology Center’s SHARE program recently recognized 33 graduates for the 2018-2019 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: Sabrina Gregory (Newkirk), Garrett Giles (Ponca City), Jose Gomez (Ponca City), Nick Gray (Ponca City), Lauren Rogers (Newkirk), Jermie Valentine (Ponca City) and Trent Sidlo (Ponca City).

Third row: Levin Barron (Pocna City), Bobbie Jo Lorenz (Ponca City), Cole Pannell (Tonkawa), Jaylea Seeliger (Ponca City), Gavin Watchous (Newkirk), Ty Yeats (Ponca City), Cierra Trammel (Ponca City) and Griffin Tull (Ponca City).

Second row: Monica Rivers (Ponca City), Jadelyn Sundeen (Ponca City), Alexandria Torres (Ponca City), Duston Young (Newkirk), Evan Isenberg (Ponca City), Carter Rinehart (Ponca City) and Kara Locke (Ponca City).

First row: Zarla Convers (Blackwell), Elizabeth Egelston (Ponca City), Courtnee Graham (Ponca City), Hannah Golay (Ponca City), Candice Skinner (Ponca City), Michelle Prince (Blackwell) and Kiersten Carroll (Ponca City).

Not pictured: Dalton Beard (Blackwell), Kameron Oakley (Ponca City), Kylie Pollak (Ponca City) and Evan Petrie (Ponca City).

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

 

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