Recognizing Career Ready Skills

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JoAnna Voss

March Career Ready Students of the Month: Luke Farmer (10), Tyler Traver (10), Lacey Cole (10), Erica Quint (10), Jim Drummy (11), Boudy Ross (12) and Hallie Wenger (9). Not pictured: James Shover (12).

JoAnna Voss, Sports Editor

Career Ready skills, such as communication, accountability, collaboration, flexibility, and problem solving, are valuable skills students need to succeed after they leave high school.

Principal Tim Felderman and the High School Building Leadership Team want to recognize students throughout the school who represent these Career Ready skills.

Beginning this month students and staff may nominate students who excel in the designated areas. Nominators are asked to provide a description of how the nominee represents these skills.

For the first month, Felderman selected eight students, four for each skill, based off of the description provided by the nominator.

Students chosen will receive a certificate of recognition and a gift certificate.

This month eight students were chosen for their communication or productivity skills: Luke Farmer (10), Tyler Traver (10), Lacey Cole (10), Erica Quint (10), Jim Drummy (11), Boudy Ross (12), Hallie Wenger (9) and James Shover (12).

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