Students graduate from Pioneer Technology’s SHARE program

Ponca City Now - June 1, 2016 8:57 am

Pioneer Technology Center’s SHARE program recently recognized 29 graduates for the 2015-2016 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, third row, are Tyler Killman, Peyton Fowler, Dillon Newlin, Austin Evans, Landen Dyer, Trenton Newlin, Blake Day, George White Plume and Emily Batschelett, all of Ponca City

Second row, Savvanah King, Ponca City; Danielle Cloud, Jessalyn Politte and Brittney Summers all from Blackwell; Sierra Hanger, Mayra Navarro, Kailea Keelin, Brady Martin, Alexa Gurrola, Andrea Pitzer, Angie Howe and Beth Reeves, all from Ponca City.

First row, MiKala Moran, Blackwell; Halie Hutson, Kailey Feathers, Danielle Custer and Rick Burt all from Ponca City; Mykal Bowan of Blackwell and Kayla Jackson from Ponca City.

Not pictured is Collin Rinehart from Ponca City.

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


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