Trumbull Career & Technical Center Announces February Students of the Month

We are excited to announce the TCTC February Students of the Month. These deserving students will all be treated to lunch from Café 528 for their hard work and dedication this school year!

  • Nicholas Allen of Lordstown High School is a senior Engineering Technology student. He was nominated by his government teacher, Mr. Gibson. According to Mr. Gibson, “Nick excels in government and regularly earns 100%. Nick is industrious, kind to his classmates and fueled by a desire to learn. In class discussions he is articulate, persuasive and includes other classmates.”
  • Haley Bartholomew of Bloomfield High School is a senior Dental Assisting student. She was nominated for Student of the Month by her program teacher, Mrs. Woods. Haley demonstrates a positive attitude and willingness to learn every day. Her behavior never goes unnoticed. Mrs. Woods said, “I am incredibly proud of her and lucky to have her in my program as a leader."  
  • Riley Bower of Badger High School is a senior in the Power Equipment Mechanics program. Riley was nominated by his English teacher, Mrs. Wilson. Riley has been an exemplary student with straight As in all of his classes during his senior year. He is efficient in completing his work and asks questions when he needs help. Not only is Riley a good student, but he's very kind as well.
  • Chandler Cremeans of Lordstown High School is a senior in Public Safety. He was nominated by his math teacher, Mrs. Deuble. Chandler is an active participant in class both virtually and in-person. Mrs. Deuble is very impressed by Chandler's progress from junior to senior year.
  • Joseph Gigax of Lordstown High School is a senior studying Animal Science Health & Technology. He was nominated by his program teacher, Mrs. Billock. He is an outstanding and amazing student. Joseph’s work ethic is truly outstanding, and he has been a joy for Mrs. Billock to have in class.
  • Joshua Goldner of Lakeview High School is a junior studying Electrical Technology. He was nominated for Student of the Month by his government teacher, Mr. Gorse. Josh has done a great job at completing assignments on time and at a high level. We are extremely proud of his participation and accomplishments. 
  • Emily Gredel is a Hubbard High School junior studying Pre-Nursing: Pharmacy. She was nominated by her program teacher, Mrs. Rusnak. Emily is incredibly hard working and always willing to lend a hand. Emily is the treasurer for HOSA and just recently volunteered at the COVID vaccination site for Trumbull County teachers. She is a great kid who is intrinsically motivated and is a joy to have in the classroom.
  • Danielle Haak of Warren G. Harding High School is a senior in the Pre-Nursing: Pharmacy program. She was nominated by her program teacher, Mrs. Rusnak. Danielle is a wonderful, upbeat young lady. She is never in a bad mood and makes her class laugh a lot. She studies very hard for her grades and is learning how to succeed more and more each day. Danielle is a giving student who is always willing to help.
  • Sadie Hershberger of Lakeview High School is a senior studying Public Safety. She was nominated for Student of the Month by her program teacher, Mr. Cerenelli. Sadie has handled everything from academics to pandemics with grace and abounding energy. She is very conscientious and cares deeply about her teammates.
  • James Keas of Newton Falls High School is a senior in the Culinary Arts program. He was nominated by his program teachers, Mr. Antenucci and Ms. Daley. James is deserving of Student of the Month because of his strong work ethic in the program and restaurant. He is generous with his time (to other students), helpful, and always willing to learn.  
  • Alex Limber of Howland High School is a junior in the Air Force Jr. ROTC program. He was nominated by his program instructors, Lt. Col. Miller and MSgt Kibbey. They share that, “Alex brings the positive energy his classmates need this year. He is always positive, energetic and looking out for his fellow students, especially with helping them build their gliders, complete their projects and ensuring they were able to get their projects graded.”
  • Catherine McCauley of Howland High School is a senior in the Welding program. She was nominated by her program instructor, Mr. Olesky. Cathy has completed her work and projects ahead of time. She also obtained mastery of the metal preparation processes and has been able to prepare stacks of material to expedite her classmate's preparation process.
  • Alexis Parthemer of Maplewood High School is a senior in the Pre-Nursing: Phlebotomy program. She was nominated by her program teacher, Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. Meyer said, “Alexis is a hardworking and kind individual. She strives for perfection with her academics and her lab skills. She will be a tremendous asset to the healthcare industry. She plans to pursue a career as a registered nurse in the future.”  
  • Hannah Richards of Mathews High School is a senior in the Welding program. She was was nominated by her program instructor, Mr. Olesky. While COVID has put this entire school year a bit behind a normal one, Hannah has certainly done more than her fair share to help get everyone in class on track. She is a respected and appreciated young lady by her teachers and classmates.
  • Margarete Schrock of Bristol High School is a senior in the Welding program. She was nominated by her program instructor, Mr. Olesky. Margarete has been able to go above and beyond the Welding curriculum far enough to be able to assist her classmates in also achieving a higher skill level.  
  • RJ Smith of Liberty High School is a junior in the HVAC-R program. He was nominated by his English teacher, Mrs. Sydlowski. RJ is deserving of this recognition because he has recently put forth much more effort in the completion of his work and in his Google Meet attendance. Mrs. Sydlowski truly recognizes and appreciates his improved efforts, especially over these past several weeks.
  • Abigail White is a Hubbard High School senior in the Interactive Multimedia program. She was nominated by her program teacher, Mr. Doran. Abby is serving as head photographer and will be taking all of the TCTC senior photos this year. She recently placed first in the Podcast Production and Financial Analyst competitions for Region 11 for BPA. Abby also received a Silver Key for her photography and maintains a 4.0 GPA.
  • Ashley Wilson is a Bristol High School senior in the Visual Design & Imaging program. She was nominated by her program teacher, Mrs. Hickey. Ashley placed at regionals in BPA Graphic Design Promotions and presented virtually for the state competition. She is a member of NTHS and serves on different leadership boards with 4H.

Congratulations again to all of these outstanding students!