The Somerset Career & Technical Center Program Leaders Assemblies were held on Jan. 29 and Feb. 26. Students from Carrabec High School, Madison Area Memorial High School, Maine Central Institute, Maine School Administrative District 53, Marti Stevens Learning Center, Skowhegan Area High School and Upper Kennebec Valley Memorial High School attend the technical center.

David Dorr, SCTC director, introduced the instructors who presented the awards. Guest speaker was Sgt. 1st Class James Robbins of the Maine Army National Guard. Staff and students talked about opportunities available regarding the Student Leadership, National Technical Honor Society, SkillsUSA and Early College Program.

Students were awarded leadership certificates based on characteristics and traits that are critical to success in the work place. The following students were recognized for being role models by exemplifying resourcefulness:

Automotive Technology: Logan Magoon, SAHS;

Certified Nursing Assistant: Haley Libby, SAHS, and Brooklyn McLean, CHS;

Cooperative Education: Malia Whittemore and Hunter Mushero, both, SAHS;


Culinary Arts: Nikkolas Dube and Cyli Bolduc, both, CHS;

Digital Graphics: Brooke Rogers and Ben Voter, both , SAHS;

Early Childhood Education: Sydney Ames and Linsey Warren, both, SAHS;

Electrical Construction: Trae Brooks, SAHS;

Outdoor Leadership & Skills: Brad Clark, CHS, and Adrian Sincyr, SAHS;

Pre-Engineering: Colby Esty, SAHS, and Nathan Dimock, MAMHS; and

Residential Construction: Justin Mack, SAHS.

Eighty-seven students were recognized for perfect attendance for second quarter.

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