CTE Student Recognition

Career & Technical Education Students Recognized
This is the image for the news article titled Career & Technical Education Students RecognizedThe Wayne County Public Schools’ Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department recently recognized students from local Career & Technical Student Organization (CTSO) clubs and chapters who have earn credentials aligned with their CTE course, and who competed and placed in the top three of local, regional, state competitions. In addition, students were recognized for placing at national or international competitions.

Currently the CTE Department promotes seven national and international CTSO chapters in middle and high schools. These student organizations include; Technology Students Association (TSA), Future Business Leaders Association (FBLA), Family, Career, and Community Leaders America (FCCLA), Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), FFA, SkillsUSA, and DECA.
 

School

CTSO Area

Student

1st Place State/National Award

Charles B. Aycock High

DECA

Ashlyn Watkins

Public Relations Project - Top 10 International Finalist

Brianna Stephens

Public Relations Project - Top 10 International Finalist

Cameron Merrill

Public Relations Project - Top 10 International Finalist

Ashley Minchew

Entrepreneurship Promotion Project - Top 19 International Finalist

Hallie Rouse

Entrepreneurship Promotion Project- Top 19 International Finalist

FFA

Taylor Glover

Forage Production / Proficiency Award

Norwayne Middle

TSA

Courtney Williams

Inventions and Innovations

Savannah Rodriguez

Inventions and Innovations

Avery Bass

Construction Challenge

Karmelo Best

Inventions and Innovations

Annika Forsleff

Construction Challenge

Ethan Davis

Construction Challenge

Luke West

Construction Challenge

Dawson Sauls

Dragster

Levi Lanier

Inventions and Innovations

Lane Fitzsimmons

Inventions and Innovations

Micky Lenzi

Inventions and Innovations

Southern Wayne High

FFA

Cathryn Jones

Agricultural Services-Entrepreneurship

Wayne School of Engineering

TSA

Reid Barnett

HS Technology Bowl Written

Guillermo Estrada

MS Career Prep

The following students and chapters received awards and/or earned points-based degrees in their CTSO area: 

School

CTSO Area

Student

Award/Degrees

Charles B. Aycock High

FFA

Kali Kasulis

State FFA Degree

Goldsboro High

HOSA

Aniyah Solomon

State Leadership Conference Health Care Issues award

Fire Academy

Dorian Rodgers

Office of State Fire Marshall FF1 Completion

Fenyanga Muhammead

Office of State Fire Marshall FF1 Completion

Zacarious Fennell

Office of State Fire Marshall FF2 Completion

Jonathen Hernandez

Office of State Fire Marshall FF2 Completion

Southern Wayne High

 

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National 3 Star Chapter

Harley Roberson

State FFA Degree

Cassidy Mason

State FFA Degree

Spring Creek High

FFA

Abigail Johnson

State FFA Degree

Valerie Smith

State FFA Degree

Kelli Mitchell

State FFA Degree

Savannah Willis

State FFA Degree

Elizabeth Lynch

State FFA Degree

Matthew Morton

State FFA Degree

Samantha Froehlich

State FFA Degree

Alan Johnson

American FFA Degree

Samantha Crouch

American FFA Degree

Some CTSO students were also recognized for being elected to regional, state or national positions in their organization. They include:

School

CTSO Area

Student

Officer Position

Charles B. Aycock High

DECA

Leah Campbell

Coastal Region Vice President- 2017-2018

Cameron Merrill

Coastal Region Vice President - 2018-2019

FFA

Kali Kasulis

Federal Vice-President

Norwayne Middle

TSA

Avery Bass

State TSA Middle School Vice-President

Southern Wayne High

FFA

Noah Summerlin

Federation Secretary

Chris Daly

Region Secretary

Spring Creek High

FFA

Matthew Stewart

Region Reporter

Mikayla Price

Federation President

Alan Johnson

State President

Wayne School of Engineering

TSA

Navya Dixit

2018-2019 State Vice President

  

“Our district has hundreds of students who participate in local CTSO clubs and chapters,” states Beverly Boltinhouse, CTE Director. “In addition to those serving in elected positions, each year these CTE students represent Wayne County Public Schools and their school with distinction through the many titles and awards they earn at competitions. I would be remiss if I did not recognize the CTSO advisors, who work with the students throughout the school year to help them prepare for these competitions.”
  
The event was held at the WCPS Professional Development & Family Engagement Center. In addition to student awards, the district recognized retiring CTE teachers and the 2018 CTE Teachers of the Year.

Some CTSO students were also recognized for being elected to regional, state or national positions in their organization. They include:


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