On the evening of May 14, New Castle Career Center awarded students for their efforts in each program this school year. Each program instructor selected an outstanding student for each program- below are those students along with their programs:
Facility Maintenance Program, Ajay Molina; Advanced Manufacturing Program, Gunner Doerflein; ICE Program, Kayla Kimmerly; Broadcasting Program, Isabelle Phelps and Dakota Case; Building Trades, Kyler Reeves; Computer Operations, Andrew Whitinger and Jennifer Bridges; Cosmetology Program, Regan Klein and Melissa Main; Culinary Arts Program, Brent Madison and Emilee Whited; Dental Careers, Cheyanne Lazzell; Early Childhood Educational Program, Zoe Prince; EMT Program, Kelsie Patton and Brook Keesling; Engineering Program, John Sears; Graphic Design Program, Coryn Wright and Jalen Lowder; Health Science Education Program, Emily Adams, Anna Shafer, Austin Campton, and Maggie Smith; Marketing Program, Nathan Kimball and Rachel Snavely; Machine Trades Program, Cole Garrity; Veterinary Program, Grace Bronnenberg and Dillen Boyer; Welding Technology Program, Tom Farmer and Kasen Kinnaman.
Special awards were also given to four students for their extra efforts in their programs. Kaylee Fisher received the Jon H. Poteat $100 Scholarship. Destiny Via was the winner of the Indiana Department of Education’s High Ability Logo Contest. Camille Baker won the Indiana Blood Center Scholarship in the amount of $400. Cole Garrity was named the winner of the Butch Fairchild Excellence Award.
In addition to earning their high school diploma, this year 60 area high school seniors earned a diploma from Ivy Tech Community College. They were invited to attend and participate in Ivy Tech’s Graduation Commencement ceremony.