Monday, May 24, 2010
C-T Photos / Catherine Stortz Ripley
Grand River Technical School conducted its 2010 graduation exercises Friday evening at Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center with 72 graduates receiving certificates.
The largest program enrollment was in Diesel Equipment Technology.
Of the 72 graduates, 70 are currently employed or will be continuing
Marla Harrington, financial aid coordinator of Grand River Technical School,
introduced the students who maintained perfect attendance while enrolled at
GRTS. They are, from left: Cody Wade, Cory Teeter, Nathan Shores, Tristan
Seignette, Teddy Leffler, Michael Henderson, Brandon Duckworth, Charles Burbage and Jeff Albertson.
Randall Cooper, of Browning, walks across the stage at Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center Friday night after having received his certificate of completion in the diesel equipment technology program at Grand River Technical School.
(Left Photo) Students Kyle Chenoweth, left, and Shawn Kralicek, right, both of Trenton, were announced as recipients of the Academic Achievement Award for maintaining a straight A for the year.
Grand River Technical School students Josh Steele, left, and Tyler Lewis, right, received the Outstanding Student Award. They both are from Unionville and are graduates of the industrial maintenance technology program.
(Right Photo) Grand River Technical School Assistant Director Jayme Caughron, left, presents the Outstanding
Citizen Award to Alex Chipman.
GRTS Honors Copeland for
C-T Photo / Catherine Stortz
Grand River Technical School Assistant Director Jayme Caughron, left, presents the Outstanding Community Service Award to David Copeland, right.