Hannaford Career Center names top students
MIDDLEBURY — The Hannaford Career Center has announced the Outstanding Students for its fourth quarter, which closes with the end of this school year. Each quarter, HCC instructors select one student as their program’s Outstanding Student, to be honored for their work ethic, creativity, approach to problem solving, effort and attitude, collaboration, and other aspects of academics and the center-wide Habits of Work.
Twenty-three students were honored and received a T-shirt, designed by a former graphic design program student. Their photo will be placed on the Wall of Fame at each campus.
The fourth quarter outstanding students are as follows:
Advanced Forest Science, John Bent (MAUHS); ART Performance, Suzie Klemmer (MUHS); ART Technical Dana Norton (MAUHS); Automotive Technology I, Mitchell Clark (VUHS); Automotive Technology II, Ethan Pomainville (MAUHS);Computer Science, Benjamin Graham (MUHS); Culinary Arts, Kyra Roberts (MUHS); Design & Illustration, Ellen Berg (MUHS); Diesel Power Technology I, Ray Hart (MUHS); and Diesel Power Technology II, Lucas Farrell (MUHS);
Also Human Services I, Madison Little (MAUHS); Human Services II Journey LaRose (MUHS); Industrial Design & Fabrication, Kevin Pearsall (MAUHS); Intro to Forest Science, Sam Klingensmith (MUHS); Introduction to STEM, Owen Southerland (MUHS); Mechanical Science, Jacob Russell (VUHS); Medical Professions I, Chloe Hamilton (MUHS);Medical Professions II, Jacob Thomas (MAUHS); Plant & Animal Science, Nadya Sato (MUHS); Sustainable Agriculture I, Alexis Cram (MUHS); Sustainable Agriculture II, Brodie Martin (VUHS). Visual Communications A, Phoebe Smith (MUHS); and Visual Communications B, Aiden Cole (MUHS).