CONWAY — The Mount Washington Valley Career and Technical Center Student Spotlight recognizes students for achievement in Career & Technical Education programs. These students have demonstrated high levels of technical skill, program involvement through Career and Technical Student Organizations and solid employability skills.
Instructor: Joseph Riddensdale
Instructor recommendation: "I have known Logan Hagerty for the past two years, having served as his drafting teacher and his SkillsUSA Program advisor. Logan is an intelligent, capable, and dedicated young man. Logan is very competitive and shows excellent drafting skills. He is an extremely quick learner that can accomplish any task given to him. Most recently, Logan worked on a class assignment where students were to create a preliminary design of the new White Mountain Aquatic Center for review by the WMAF board. The students presented their design to the board during class. Logan, along with two other students, was chosen to take the recommendations from the board and continue the design process. They will eventually work with the Architect on the final designs for approval."
Program: Graphic Arts.
Instructor: Theresa Sires
Instructor recommendation: "Maddie Glavin is in her second year of photography and video production at the MWV CTC, and in addition to her regularly scheduled class, she is an instructional assistant in another. She is an eager learner and a hard working student with a great attitude. She checks out equipment often to practice outside of class time and has created award winning photographs. She shows up to class with a smile and is always helpful to peers and instructors alike."
Instructor: Deirdre Lorway.
Instructor recommendation: "Madison Cardillo works hard in all of her academic classes. She truly is a role model for her peers. She is hardworking and caring and this is apparent in everything she does. She is always positive and willing to help out. It is a pleasure to have Madison in class and I look forward to hearing about her future success."
Instructor: Deirdre Lorway
Instructor recommendation: "Danielle Vizard is a positive and hardworking student. She is actively involved in school and participates in many extracurricular activities. She is thoughtful, caring, and has an excellent rapport with students and teachers alike. She is always willing to give a hand and has a great attitude. Danielle will be off to college in the fall and I know that she will do great things."
The Mount Washington Valley Career and Technical Center provides relevant, real-life educational experiences to prepare students for entry into post-secondary programs or the workforce. With 11 programs representing local industry employment opportunities students can choose from a wide variety of career paths and training opportunities. For more information visit their website at http://mwvctc.com.