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GLENFIELD-November 13, 2019. During each quarter of the school year, the faculty at the Howard G. Sackett Technical Center
recommend a student from their program for the honor of “Student of the Quarter”.

These nominations are based on one or more of the following criteria: high academic achievement, great effort, great citizenship, vast improvement or positive influence on the class. In addition to receiving a certificate recognizing their achievement, each student’s picture is on display in the lobby of the Center. The members of the Faculty, Administration and Support staff wish to
extend our congratulations to the first quarter winners. 1st Quarter Students HGSTC Program & Home School
Dalton Finster Auto Body Technology 2 (Beaver River)
Andrew Allen Automotive Technology 1 (Lowville)
Thomas Kloster Carpentry 1 (Beaver River)
Brianna Race Cosmetology 2 (Adirondack)
Devan Maurer Criminal Justice 1 (South Lewis)
Chandelle Smith Culinary Arts 2 – Cooking (South Lewis)
Olivia DeVoe Early Childhood Education 2 (Adirondack)
George Cornell II Electrical Wiring Technology 2 (Lowville)
Caleb Judd Engineering & Design 2 (Lowville)
Trenten Dosztan Environmental Conservation & Forestry 1 (Lowville)
Ryan Everson Gas/Diesel Mechanics 1 (Beaver River)
Kaley Wells Moving Forward: I Am Career Ready (Lowville)
Destiny Sterling Medical Careers (Adirondack)
Madison Wittwer Nursing Assistant (Adirondack)
Rose Maine Transitions AM (Lowville)
Maelisa Roggie Veterinary Practices 1 (Lowville)
Gunnar Freeman Visual Communications 2 (Copenhagen)

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