Local career and technical education students were inducted into the Wabash River Technical Honor Society on Wednesday during a luncheon at the Beef House. The students, who are enrolled in classes at Covington, Seeger, Fountain Central and Attica, were recognized for accomplishments in their classroom and workplace experiences.
Induction into the Technical Honor Society recognizes the talents of technical education students who exhibit qualities such as honesty, initiative, teamwork, service, leadership, and responsibility. The honorees received purple and white (or silver) graduation cords, as well as a certificate.
Attica — Travis Alenduff, Allyson Bailiff, Jackson Davis, Lanee Greenwood and Sadie Swift
Covington — Katelyn Duncan, Brandon Glover and Keragan Townsend
Fountain Central: Daniel Adams, Kenna Bible, William Frazee, Seth Gayler, Jaiden Hoffa, Ashlynn Ingalsbe, Sawyer Keeling, Shelby Marshall, Colton Robinson and Paige Scheurich
Seeger — Mary Beckett, Morgan Moller, Colin Reitz and Jack Weston
More than 250 juniors and seniors in Fountain and Warren Counties are enrolled in 11 CTE programs. The students can receive dual credit from Ivy Tech Community College or Vincennes University.
The Fountain and Warren County courses are part of the 22 career and technical training programs available through the WRCTE. These programs are hosted at Seeger, Attica, Covington, Fountain Central, North Vermillion, Parke Heritage, South Vermillion and Riverton Parke High Schools. For more information about the programs available, contact Craig Newby, director of career and technical education, at 765-245-2870 or visit www.wrcte.org.