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(May 2013) The Rotary Club of Oneida honored 21 graduating seniors from the Oneida and Stockbridge Valley school districts on May 7 for their successes in Career and Technical Education (CTE) at Madison-Oneida BOCES.

Students recognized at this year’s Recognition Award Ceremony and Luncheon were nominated by their CTE teachers based on their academic achievement, attendance and potential for future employability.

Allied Health Partnership student Samantha Salerno, of Oneida, delivered this year’s student address. She told her fellow honorees and a room full of Rotarians, school leaders and BOCES administrators that she has found her experiences in the one-year Allied Health to be invaluable. She said she thought she might be interested in a medical career, but the past year has helped solidify her decision – and helped her discover pediatrics.

CTE Director Dave Arntsen delivered the welcome, commending this year’s Rotary group on their remarkable and numerous achievements. Certificates were delivered by CTE Assistant Director Ed Bronson and School Counselor Brandi Bostic.

This year’s awardees are:

 Oneida City School District

Aubrey Ambrosio, Cosmetology

Taylor Armstrong, Equine and Animal Science

Molly Bartlett, Pre-Nursing

Lindsey Casler, New Ventures

Samantha Dick, Criminal Justice

Frederick Edick, Auto Body Repair

Emily Fitzgerald, New Ventures

Kyle Peck, Engineering Science

Samantha Salerno, Allied Health Partnership

Nathaniel Thurber, Criminal Justice

 Stockbridge Valley School District

Marisha Burton, Early Childhood Education

Lisa Curtis, Health Professions

Shiel Lamb, Graphic Design

Brooke McCarthy, Cosmetology

Timothy Meeker, New Ventures

Peter Oot, Allied Health Partnership

Gabrielle Panzone, Health Professions

Justin Sirles, Criminal Justice

Tyler Smith, Auto Body

Justiss Usborne, New Ventures

Alyson Wilson, Health Professions




By martha

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