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During each quarter of the school year, the faculty at the Charles H. Bohlen, Jr. Technical Center recommends a student from their program for the honor of “Student of the Quarter.” These nominations are based on one or more of the following criteria: high academic achievement, great effort, great citizenship, vast improvement or positive influence on the class. The members of the Faculty, Administration and Support staff wish to extend our congratulations to the second quarter winners.


Student Name, Program, & Home School

Khimeara Kreider, Automotive Technology 1 (General Brown)

Aidan Stevens, Building Projects 1 (Indian River)

Allison Young, Cosmetology 1 (Sackets Harbor)

Shea O’Dell, Cosmetology 2 (South Jefferson)

Kaelyn Tryon, Criminal Justice 1 (General Brown)

Riley Cornell, Criminal Justice 2 (General Brown)

Kaitlyn Daly, Culinary Arts-Baking (Thousand Islands)

ThaJarie Gaskin, Early Childhood Education 2 (Watertown)

Connor Lewis, Electrical Wiring 1 (Indian River)

Destiny Huertas, Electrical Wiring 2 (Watertown)

Matthew Rowsam, Electronic & Computer Technology 1 (General Brown)

Nathaniel Baker, Hospitality Services 1, (General Brown)

Gabe Newell, Medical Assisting, (Belleville Henderson)

Adreana Clark, Medical Careers (South Jefferson)

Samantha Slate, Nursing Assistant (Lyme)

Timothy Sitzberger, Pre-Tech Academy (LaFargeville)

Liberty Dippel, Veterinary Practices 1 (Thousand Islands)

Carolina Burnard, Veterinary Practices 2 (Indian River)

Hunter Vecchio, Welding 1 (General Brown)

Kody Young, Welding 2 (Indian River)

About Jefferson-Lewis-Hamilton-Herkimer-Oneida BOCES
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