Quarter 1 – Student of the Quarter 2021-2022
It comes as no surprise that Washburn District High School student Parker Corey has been selected as the PIRCTC Business Student of the Quarter. He’s a great example of what teachers look for when selecting for this award. He comes to class each day with a positive attitude and superb work ethic. He is always a student that teachers can count on to contribute to class discussions, turn in exemplary work, and help out his classmates. Thank you for being such a great student leader and role model to your peers. Keep up the great work! Congratulations to Parker.
The student of the quarter for AgriScience is Jasmine West. Jasmine is a student in animal science and natural resources who comes to us from Washburn District High School. She is incredibly enthusiastic, helpful and a true asset to our program. She brings knowledge and experience about animal science into our program and is an excellent role model for her peers. She has a keen interest in FFA and is definitely a welcome addition to our chapter. Whatever the activity, Jasmine is ready to dive in and get to work – her positive attitude, work ethic, and enthusiastic demeanor are very much appreciated!
Mrs. Donahue is pleased to announce that Natalie Charette is the student of the quarter in Early Childhood for quarter 1. This is Natalie’s second year in Early Childhood and she is a senior at Washburn District High School. She is volunteering at Pine Street and she easily adapts to meet the needs of each classroom. She always has a smile on her face and brings joy to those around her. After she graduates she plans to go to college to become a teacher. Congratulations, Natalie!
Rebecca Matley has been selected as the cosmetology program’s student of the quarter for the first quarter. A junior at Caribou High School, Rebecca brings tons of life to our classes with her quick wit, willingness to help her fellow students, and exceptional attention to infection control. Rebecca has excelled in the area of nail art, creating beautiful masterpieces daily. Her artistic abilities and dedication to her theory studies will definitely help shape Rebecca into a superstar cosmetologist. Congratulations, Rebecca!
We are pleased to announce that Gage Hammond-Smart of Presque Isle High School is our student of the quarter for our Engineering Technology program. In addition to regular class time, Gage is a student aid – helping students with their projects and working on some pretty interesting projects of his own, such as fabricating 3D printed radio-controlled Cletrac crawler tractor. He is also working to complete the CIE 101 (Engineering Graphics for Civil Engineers) dual enrollment course with the University of Maine College of Engineering. Always polite and quiet-spoken, with a very strong work ethic, Gage is a pleasure to have in the classroom. He is always willing to help others, share his knowledge and ideas, and works to achieve exceptionalism at all times. We are proud of Gage and all his accomplishments.
The Farm Mechanics student of the quarter is a first-year student from Ashland. Mr. Espling can already tell by his great attendance and work ethic that he will thrive in the program. Although it is early in the year, he has shown the ability to take what has been taught in the classroom, go out into the shop, and perform the task at hand. He hasn’t shied away from any projects that have been thrown his way and is willing to help other students that may need it. Mr. Espling is anxious to see what this young man can accomplish in Farm Mechanics throughout the year and is hoping to see him return next year to work on and learn from more demanding projects. Congratulations to Logan Burby, it is a pleasure to have you in the Farm Mechanics program!
Mr. Bragan is pleased to announce that Jaron Leach has been selected for the Building Trades student of the quarter for quarter 1. Jaron is a second-year student in the Building Trades program from Presque Isle High School. He has proven to be a very dependable, reliable, and knowledgeable student in-class projects. Jaron works well with all of his classmates and is a hard worker. Mr. Bragan has thoroughly enjoyed having Jaron as a student and hopes that he has a great senior year. Congratulations, Jaron!