Wall of Fame
11th grader Vanessa Garcia from Montgomery County High School has been named as the Healthcare Student Spotlight for first semester. Mrs. Monica Scott, Healthcare Instructor, nominated her because she exceeds expectations in the classroom and is a pleasure to teach. According to Mrs. Scott, "I look forward to seeing Vanessa pursue her dreams with a career in healthcare." Congratulations, Vanessa, on a job well done!
Nominated by his SECCA Automotive Instructor, Betsy Avellaneda, Dawson Harvey from Toombs County High School is the Automotive Student Spotlight for first semester. Not only does he clean up well for special occasions, Dawson is hard-working, has a positive attitude, and is always willing to help his classmates or instructor. Congratulations, Dawson!
Lacey Roberson, a freshman at Toombs County High School, has been chosen as the Cosmetology Student Spotlight for first semester. SECCA Cosmetology Instructor, Amelia Moore, nominated Lacey for her hard work in the classroom and cosmetology lab. Lacey is always prepared, attentive in class, and does a superb job in the salon. She gets along well with others and her peers often request for her to style their hair. Congratulations, Lacey, for your work ethic and for being selected as the SECCA Cosmetology Student Spotlight.
Alex Castro has been chosen for the Energy Pathway Student Spotlight. Alex, a junior at Toombs County High School, was nominated by his teacher, Dr. Hart, for working diligently in the classroom and engaging in the material with a positive attitude and determined demeanor. He deals well with his peers, instructors, and industry professionals. Congratulations, Alex, for being selected as the SECCA Student Spotlight for first semester!