The Charles H. Bohlen, Jr. Technical Center held its annual Award Day Ceremony for graduating seniors at the Dulles State Office Building in Watertown on June 14, 2019. The following awards were handed out to the students listed below.
Black River Council of School Superintendents: Xandria Smith (New Vision Health, Watertown)
Thomas Excavating, LLC Superior Work Ethic Award: Ryan Sprague (Heavy Equipment, Watertown)
Watertown Noon Rotary Scholarships: Courtney Rayborn (Criminal Justice, Carthage), McKayla Weber (New Vision Health, IHC), Michelle Kellar (New Vision Health, South Jefferson), and Nimue Rimiller (New Vision Health, Sackets Harbor)
Ruth Seal Memorial Nursing Scholarship: Toni Denner (Nursing Assistant, Alexandria)
Ryan D. Abel Memorial Scholarship: Lori Vandervoet (Visual Communications, LaFargeville)
Auto Technology Advisory Committee Outstanding Student: Leland Sanford (Auto Tech., LaFargeville
Logan Mannigan Memorial Scholarship: Spencer Ames (Carpentry, Carthage)
Sackets Harbor Ballroom Hospitality Services Award: Nathan Bach (Hospitality Services, Carthage)
Cheney Tire Award: Cole Walden (Motorcycle, Marine & Power Sports, Indian River)
Frank Reed, Jr. Memorial Scholarship: Tegan Lambert (Motorcycle, Marine & Power Sports, Alexandria)
Patty O’Driscoll Memorial Scholarship: Madison Thomas (New Vision Health, South Jefferson)
Brian C. Thomas Memorial Scholarship: Rikki Wallace (New Vision Health, Lyme)
Loose Leaf Law Excellence in Criminal Justice: Matthew Ford (Criminal Justice, Alexandria)
Richard (Butch) Coseo Memorial Scholarship: Sarah Davis (Criminal Justice, Watertown)
Kevin Fuhrken Memorial Scholarship: Tori Brunet (Criminal Justice, General Brown)
JLHHO Professional Teacher’s Association Award: Kaitlynn Stevens (Cosmetology, Watertown), Sarah Davis (Criminal Justice, Watertown), Michelle Kellar (New Vision Health, South Jefferson), Rikki Wallace (New Vision Health, Lyme), and Toni Denner (Nursing Assistant, Alexandria)
Charles H. Bohlen, Jr. Education Scholarship: Ryan Sprague (Heavy Equipment, Watertown)
In addition, one hundred seventy-two students earned Career & Technical Endorsements.
Congratulations to the Class of 2019.