RTC selects students of the semester
ELKINS — Randolph Technical Center honored Students of the 2016 Fall Semester on Dec. 8. These students are selected by their academic work in a career technical class, a special project they created or developed and/or because of their attitude and work ethic.
“We are pleased to have some of the best students in Randolph County,” Principal John Daniels said. “As these students progress through their classes here and their post-secondary choices, may they continue to have a positive attitude and strong work ethic.”
Daniels went on to explain that each teacher nominates one student from their program and that student is honored at the dinner served by staff members and given a small prize package provided by the Army, RTC’s Partner in Education.
Tessa Chenoweth, daughter of Billy and Teresa Simmons, was nominated by Levi Fletcher, business education.
Electricity instructor Jeff Broschart selected Christopher Deuesenberry, the son of Vanessa and Herman Phillips.
Brandon Harris, son of Benny and Michelle Harris, was honored by Chad Smith, industrial equipment maintenance.
First-year instructor Michael Parlock nominated Garrett Isner, son of Philip and Erika Isner, from the law and public safety program.
Eli Lipscomb, son of Tammy and Jerry Lipscomb, was chosen by mill and cabinet instructor Ronnie Cutright.
Business instructor Elwood Sites selected Hayden Long, son of Jodie and Wayne Hart, for his work in the web page development course.
Bryce Manolidis, son of Jeff and Laura Manolidis, was honored by carpentry instructor Albert Chewning.
Travis Miller, son of Barbara and Chip Miller, was nominated by auto tech instructor Ashley Isner.
Power equipment systems instructor Jonathon Lambert chose Brandon Ott, son of Robert and Doretha Ott.
Health science student Chloe Phillips, daughter of John and Tammy Phillips, was selected by instructor Sallie Hamrick.
Coding app and game design student Sarah Ross, daughter of John Ross and Angel Wiseman, was selected by instructor Reka Rowan.
Bailey Young, daughter of Cindy and Tim Young, was honored by career and work skills training instructor Denise Stalnaker.