SKOWHEGAN — The Somerset Career and Technical Center Program recently held assemblies to present students with leadership awards. Director David Dorr introduced program instructors, who presented interpersonal skills awards to their students. Students received a T-shirt and certificate.

Automotive technology students Brandon Priest, Carrabec High School, and Dustin Shedd, Skowhegan Area High School.

Cooperative education students Montana Soucier and Emily Trial, both of Skowhegan Area High School; Bronte Elias, Madison Memorial High School; and Allie Folco, Carrabec High School.

Culinary arts students Macy Lee, Skowhegan Area High School, and Nichole Bowman, Carrabec High School.

Early childhood education students Rachel Lanzikos, Maine Central Institute, and Brianne Warren, Skowhegan Area High School.

Electrical construction students Gus Benson and Braydn Fitzmaurice, both of Skowhegan Area High School.

Health care careers students Shaylin Gilchrist and Sydney McDonald, both of Skowhegan Area High School, and Taylor Barlett, Carrabec High School.

Outdoor leadership and skills students Cole Bitgood and Nate Tracy, both of Skowhegan Area High School.

Pre-engineering student Josh Ring, Skowhegan Area High School.

Residential construction students Gabe Pullen, Upper Kennebec Valley High School; and Brandon Lapointe, Skowhegan Area High School.

Welding technology student Jaclyn Beatrice, Carrabec High School.

Certificates were also distributed to 124 students for perfect attendance.


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