On Dec. 6, the Ellicottville Career and Technical Center (BOCES) inducted eight senior Career and Technical Education students from component school districts into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) that currently serves approximately 100,000 active members. It honors the achievements of top Career and Technical Education students and cultivates excellence in tomorrow’s workforce. Membership is based on academic and technical grades, attendance, leadership and character. Career and Technical Education prepares individuals to succeed in education and their careers with 70-percent of National Technical Honor students going on to college.
Shown in photo (front row, from left): Brian Reed, Power Equipment Technology, West Valley; Emily Lindquist, Medical Assisting, Randolph; Collin Rounsville, Power Equipment Technology, Allegany Limestone; Jaclyn Freundschuh, Cosmetology, Ellicottville. (Back row, from left): Noel Sheehy, principal of Ellicottville Career and Technical Center; Jeanine King, ELA teacher and NTHS advisor; Jenna Langley, Early Childhood Development, Pioneer; Mackenzie Ryan, Medical Assisting, Cattaraugus-Little Valley; Cassandra Thompson, Criminal Justice, Pioneer; Ronni Oakes, Medical Assisting, Cattaraugus-Little Valley; Terry Fuller, Work Base Learning Coordinator.