OSPI Announces Award-Winning CTE Students
OLYMPIA — February 11, 2016 — The Career and College Readiness department at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) today announced the students selected as the Washington Scholars in Career and Technical Education (CTE) and the winners of the Washington CTE Student Success Award.
More than 45 students across the state were nominated for these awards, representing the very best of CTE in Washington.
- Haeley Johnston, Mountlake Terrace High School; nominated by Jennifer Smith
- Madison Largey, Central Kitsap High School; nominated by James Adamson
- Christina Lundy, Mountainview High School; nominated by Terri Karkau
- Alyssa McGee, Sumner High School; nominated by Jessica Olaiya
- Maggie Joe Uceny, Kittitas High School; nominated by Cheryl Uceny
These students will represent our state for the U.S. Presidential Scholars in CTE award. This is the first time CTE has been a recognized category for this award.
- Shayla Appling, Quincy High School; nominated by Elizabeth Graaff
- Callie Bianco, Black Hills High School; nominated by Brenda Knowlton
- Austin Brown, Todd Beamer High School; nominated by Patricia Ford
- Josh Budig, Cedarcrest High School; nominated by Marc Hillestad
- Brenda Casteneda, Wenatchee High School; nominated by Dale Blair
- Joy Clark, Central Kitsap High School; nominated by James Adamson
- Corrina Davis, Ferndale High School; nominated by Tony Torretta
- Erica Ebe, Ferndale High School; nominated by Tom Diimmel
- Jessica Guske, Lacrosse High School; nominated by Lisa Baser
- Hailey Himelspach, Shadle Park High School; nominated by Erin Ruehl
- Logan Jenny, Yelm High School; nominated by Teri Pablo
- Brandon Maher, Kamiakin High School; nominated by Denise Senor
- Luke Moore, Colton High School; nominated by Nathan Moore
- Emilie Pederson, Glacier Peak High School; nominated by Tami Caraballo
- Tanya Salas, Pasco High School; nominated by Deb Thurston
- Carlos Cepeda, White River High School; nominated by Shelley Skinner
- Nick Theil, Bonney Lake High School; nominated by Tricia Littlefield
- Ethan Toth, Wenatchee High School; nominated by Doug Merrill
These students will also represent our state for the
U.S. Presidential Scholars award.
Winners of the national award will be announced in June.
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is the primary agency charged with overseeing K–12 education in Washington state. Led by State School Superintendent Randy Dorn, OSPI works with the state’s 295 school districts and nine educational service districts to administer basic education programs and implement education reform on behalf of more than one million public school students.
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