Thirty-eight Four County Career Center students were inducted into career education’s most prestigious organization, the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), during a banquet recently held at the Career Center. There are a total of 82 students in the honor society for the 2021-2022 school year.
To be considered for membership, students must have a 3.6 GPA or higher during enrollment at Four County Career Center, 95% attendance, and excellent disciplinary record.
The National Technical Honor Society is America’s foremost scholastic honor for excellence in work force education recognizing the scholastic excellence of career center students. The society has over 1,500 chapters worldwide.
The ceremony was videoed and can be seen on the Career Center’s website at www.fourcounty.net. Miranda Bachman, a Napoleon student in the Early Childhood Education program, welcomed everyone in attendance to the recognition banquet. Advisors for the Four County NTHS are English instructors, Matthew Zwyer and Taryn Thomas.
Members inducted from Fulton County include Paris Presnell (Evergreen) Law Enforcement & Security Tactics; Tori Johns (Archbold) Health Careers; Mason Stickley (Pettisville) Computer Networking & Cybersecurity; Saige Johnson (Wauseon) Fire & Rescue; Sarai Gutierrez (Evergreen) Health Careers; Emma Vaculik (Evergreen) Medical Office Technologies; Elixah Bustamante (Delta) Guest Services & Skills; Derek Cobb (Evergreen) Mechanical Systems & Piping; Madison Marr (Delta) Cosmetology; Bryce Reeves (Delta) Fire & Rescue; Raymond Foster (Evergreen) Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technology; Kyra Kreiner (Archbold) Specialized Mechatronics & Robotics Technology; Paige Morgan-Smith (Archbold) Cosmetology; Chloe Zuniga (Wauseon) Cosmetology; Isaiah Luce (Wauseon) Computer Design/3D Modeling; Tracy Rose (Archbold) Guest Services & Skills; Henna Law (Wauseon) Landscape & Greenhouse Technologies; Masen Towns (Archbold) Diesel Mechanics; and Caedmon Duwve (Evergreen) Visual Art & Design.