Canadian Valley Technology Center recently held its annual Graduation ceremonies for the north and south sides of the school district.
Two ceremonies were held for the first time, due to increased numbers of graduates at both the Cowan Campus in Yukon and the El Reno Campus. Both were at Yukon Middle School’s Fine Arts Auditorium.
Two high school students and two adult students received CV Tech Foundation Outstanding Scholar Awards, which included $1,000 check for each. Funds were provided courtesy of the Foundation, which was was incorporated in 1984 to foster and promote technology education.
Cowan Campus recipients of the awards are Grant McCutchan, of Piedmont, who completed the Biomedical Sciences program, and Monica Cano, of Mustang, an adult graduate of the Surgical Technology program.
The El Reno Campus Foundation Outstanding Scholars are Christina Perez Sandoval, of Yukon, a graduate of Computer Programming, and Isaac Barr, of Oklahoma City, an adult graduate of Computer Information Systems.
An additional $1,000 was given by Camino Natural Resources to recognize a graduate who plans to work at a job closely related to the energy industry. That recipient is Raydin Townsley, a Yukon adult graduate of the Aviation Maintenance program.
Other award winners are:
Dr. Greg Winters Scholarship Awards, $200 – Karly Heitpas, Emergency Medical Services; Madyson Rains, Accounting & Business Management
Superintendent’s Meritorious Awards, $250 – Samantha Hopkins, Service Careers-Hospitality; Mikaela Dison, Health Careers
Howard Griffin Memorial Award, $250 – Brice Pfrehm, HVAC
Faith, Hope, & Love Award in Memory of Darlene Koos, $100: Olivia Walters-Hunt, Health Careers
Both a high school student and an adult received the school’s highest honors as CV Tech Foundation Outstanding Scholars. The awards are accompanied by a $1,000 check, courtesy of the Foundation, which was incorporated in 1984 because of the generosity of Helen Ward of Chickasha.
Recipients of the awards are James Mayhugh, an adult who completed the Precision Machining program, and Joshua Morris, a high school graduate of Amber-Pocasset who completed CV Tech’s Pre-Engineering program.
An additional $1,000 was given by Camino Natural Resources to recognize a graduate who plans to work at a job closely related to the energy industry. That recipient is Owen Miller, a Tuttle High School graduate who completed CV Tech’s Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning program.
This year, 158 graduates participated in the Graduation ceremony.
Other Chickasha Campus award winners are:
Dr. Greg Winters Scholarship Award, $200 – Juan Juarez, a Chickasha High school graduate who completed Computer Information Systems at CV Tech
Superintendent’s Meritorious Award, $250 – Zane Isaac, adult graduate in Graphic Design