Students and Teachers Recognized with CTE Awards

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Students and teachers from several TUSD high schools were recognized at the May 23 Governing Board meeting for earning Career and Technical Education (CTE) awards.

Cholla High School

Sponsor teachers Gloria Nelson had three students win awards at the state Family, Career and Community Leaders of American (FCCLA) conference. Congratulations to Miranda Badilla Guerrero, Arieth Cruz Martinez and Alexia Ortiz.

Sahuaro High School

Sponsor teacher Monica Pita had two students receive special awards. Congratulations to Myles McAllister, the winner of the Lanny Williams Scholarship from AZ Athletic Trainers Association, and Kilee Schlak, recipient of the Banner Hospital Perry Initiative one-day career exploration experience for young women interested in orthopedic surgery or engineering.

Santa Rita High School

Sponsor teacher Brenda Lundt and the Santa Rita HOSA Chapter are winners of the Future Health Professionals of America HOSA State Leadership Silver Chapter award. Congratulations to Temple Dees, Avery Arias, Barbara Hartman, Neveah Ramirez and Syriana Coronado for earning Leadership awards. Also, congratulations to Robert Wells and Temple Dees for winning third place at the SARSEF Fair for their microbiology project.

Tucson High Magnet School 

Congratulations to digital photography program students Mallory Shibe and James Bourland for scoring 81% on the CTE Spring Technical Skill Assessment, the highest percentage in the state out of 84 participating schools. 

University High School

Sponsor teacher David Herring had six students who won awards at the state conference for Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). Congratulations to Jackie No, Nathan Sheinbein, Jack Nowlan, Kian Sadat, Trey Harrison and Kajtek Zreda. 

Ashley Wallinger
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TUSD students and teachers were recognized for earning CTE awards at the May 23, 2023 Governing Board meeting.
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