Career and technical students help clean up
A Campus Clean Up Day at John C. Stennis Career & Technical Center. Career and technical students at John C. Stennis career and technical center hosted a campus cleanup day on May 4.
Students in the Educator’s Rising, Skills USA, and Future Farmers of America (FFA) student organizations participated in this community service project on CTE’s school campus.
In other news the John C. Stennis Career and Technical Center recognized a few students for their hard work and dedication at CTE. Here are April’s Students of the Month:
- Ferdacious Davis – (Health Science)
- Keondrey Williams – (Law & Public Safety)
- Semaj Friloux – (Work-Based Learning)
- Sha’Kanye Darden – (Construction)
- Keneric Delk – (Welding)
- Kamyra Brown – (Early Childhood)
- Jimarion Peeples – (Forestry)
Each year students in certain CTE program areas have the opportunity to earn national certification in their CTE program of study. This year, students enrolled in Welding, Construction, Early Childhood, and Healthcare & Clinical Services completed specific assessments for program area certification. We re proud to recognize our students that earned national certification this year.
Congratulations to each student who earned national certification.
The following students completed the NCCER assessment in and earned national certification in welding:
— Year 1 Program: Shamarius Coleman, Jushanti Jenkins, Aidan Burrage, Kyla Grace, Maliek Cole, Toddrick Rush, Jr., Jacorey Roberts, and Jace Gilbert.
— Year 2 Program: Ricky Little, Jamari Scott, Zavion Hill, Jaquan Geeter, Kyler Welch, Aaron Steele, Kenteric Delk, Jaquorious Jackson, Devin Bourrage, Jakylan Bourrage, Benquez Winston, Tyzavier Williams, and Ethan Clark.
The following students completed the NCCER assessment in and earned national certification in Construction:
— Year 1 Program: Javon Gibbs, Sha’Kanye Darden, J’Quon’Tarius Russell, Jaheim Holliday, Jacorey Collins, Omarion Burton, Dillon Little, and Kenyan Jones.
The following students completed the Pre-PAC assessment in and earned national certification in Early Childhood Education:
— Year 2 Program: Trinity Bester, Andrewnetta Adams, Kamyra Brown, Angelique Dailey, Tiliayah Houston, Aariea Jenkins, Zariyah Moss, Tanasia Martin, and Ka’terika Powe.
The following students completed the Precisions assessment in and earned national certification in Health Science:
— Year 2 Program: Ty’Asia Bohannon, Brekaylah Grace, Shakerri Broach, Kaja Simonds, Shaniah Vickers, and Dere’Auna Williams.