(CLARE) – The Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District’s Career & Technical Education program has announced its Students of the Month for April.
The administration and staff congratulates these students, who were selected by teachers for positive performances in their respective CTE classes:
Maxwell Crafard of Clare and David Sturgeon of Beaverton (Automotive Technology); Reese Avery of Harrison and Evan Shaffer of Beaverton (Construction Trades); Amber Bowser of Beaverton and Jeremy Yager of Harrison (Criminal Justice); Caleb Bondie of Harrison and Kalove Scott of Beaverton (Culinary Arts); Jacob Gross of Farwell and Dakota Trondle of Gladwin (Digital Media); Jamie May of Gladwin and Makenzie Williams of Harrison (Education Occupations); and Emylee Allen of Clare and Logan Curns of Harrison (Health Occupations).
The CTE program is operated by CGRESD and serves 11th- and 12th-grade students from the high schools in Clare and Gladwin counties, as well as Coleman. The CTE program is grateful to the sponsors who support the Students of the Month program by donating gift certificates to the honorees. Sponsors include Buccilli’s Pizza of Farwell, Hungry Howie’s Pizza of Clare, Hungry Howie’s Pizza of Gladwin and Momma Cillie’s Pizzeria of Harrison.
For more information about CTE, please visit www.CTEitsworking.com or facebook.com/ClareGladwinCTE.