Lowndes Career Tech announces November winners
Published 6:04 pm Wednesday, December 13, 2023
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Kamaya Grant displays great leadership skills through her eagerness to lead her committee in her JAG classroom, takes the initiative to get things done in a timely manner, and is willing to do whatever is needed to ensure her career tech student organization, National Career Association (NCA) is successful.
Bridget Davis is honored as CTE Teacher of the Month. Davis consistently demonstrates her dedication to her students' success and goes above and beyond to improve as an educator.
Haigler Johnson displays great leadership skills, character education through compassion, honesty, trustworthiness, optimism, and responsibility skills. Haigler is dedicated and willing to learn all he can about welding.
Janyale Harris displays great leadership skills, is an excellent student, helps when her peers need help, and is always willing to assist her business instructor when asked.
Kentaura McMeans has demonstrated exceptional character and dedication. She works hard and she is a great peer helper to her classmates, especially when working in the agriscience shop.
Alicia Similton is an outstanding cadet of the JROTC program who leads by example and is always assisting junior cadets. She is truly an example for all cadets to emulate and has set the bar high for the rest of the cadets in the Calhoun Tiger Battalion to follow.
Jervis Davis displays character education through compassion, honesty, trustworthiness, optimism, and responsibility. Jervis shows initiative in his modern manufacturing classroom.
Shantavia Simmons exhibits strong academic performance and consistent dedication to her studies. She never complains and is a positive influence on her peers. She is a true asset to the classroom and is determined to learn every single day.
A few Lowndes County students and one special Lowndes County instructor were honored as students and teacher for the month of November by leaders of the Lowndes County Technical Education (CTE) program. According to Program Director Shameka Baker, those who are chosen for the award display excellence in their classrooms.
“Each month teachers highlight students who are doing exceptionally well, have displayed great character, or have excelled in class,” Baker said. “We want to highlight these students and their teachers to let them know we are proud of them.”