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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 02/13/13
CTE CEREMONY. Seen here are awardees and Romeo administrators present at the 23rd annual Macomb Career Technical Education (CTE) Administators' Association Awards Breakfast Ceremony. From left, front row: Romeo students Alexander Christofis and Jacob Kwiatkowski. Back row, Brian Christofis, Emergency Medical Technician teacher Charles Moore, Washington Township Fire Chief Daniel Last, Romeo Engineering and Technology Center (RETC) CTE Director Natalie Davis, Superintendent Nancy Campbell, Sherrie Kwiatkowski, Davis Kwiatkowski, and RETC drafting instructor Evva Dossin.
(Photo courtesy of Evva Dossin)
Students, fire chiefTwo Romeo High School students and a local fire chief were recognized for their achievements by the county.
honored for feats in CTE
The Macomb Intermediate School District held its 23rd annual Macomb Career Technical Education (CTE) Administrators' Association Awards Breakfast on Feb. 2, honoring those who excel and assist with CTE programs.
Romeo High School students Alexander Christofis and Jacob Kwiatkowski were honored for their excellence in school work, and Washington Township Fire Chief Daniel Last was honored for his contribution and support to the Career and Technical Education's Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) class.
Christofis excels not only in his EMT class but in all others, maintaining a 3.9 grade point average and earning a 31 on his ACT. He plans to pursue a career in medicine and intends to enter Michigan State University's honor program in the fall with a major in biological sciences.
Jacob Kwiatkowski was recognized for his persevering work ethic, dedication to doing a job well done, and being determined to fully understand all topics in his Technical Drafting class. He plans to become an electrician.
Last was honored, along with his staff, for providing Romeo EMT students opportunities of real life experiences and putting to use the skills learned in the classroom.