Student Recognition Night at Lewis & Clark

Student Recognition Night at Lewis & Clark
Posted on 05/10/2018
Lewis & Clark Applied Retail Graduate

On May 9, 2018, Lewis & Clark Career Center honored the Class of 2018. Thirteen Orchard Farm students successfully completed programming and were recognized at the Student Recognition Night.

Auto Service Technology: Michael Jakul, Autumn Krieger

Applied Retail & Business Skills: Christian Lovasco

Brick & Stone Masonry: Whitney Sevigny

Computer Software Development: Alex Gottschall

Early Childhood Careers: Cynthia Cienfuegos, Jezabel Garcia

Health Related Occupations: Joshua Pender, Drue Steinmetz-Crouse, Sam Steinmetz-Crouse

Power Equipment Technology: Matt Lindemann, Brenton Wilson, Sam Frey

Cienfuegos, Garcia, Sevigny and Drue Steinmetz-Crouse also earned Honor Cords. The honor is earned through going above and beyond the curriculum in academics and service.

Lewis & Clark Career Center is celebrating its 50th anniversary of educating St. Charles County high school students in career and technical education. The center offers courses and training in more than a dozen industries.

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