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‘Best part’ comes for BOCES tech students

Submitted photo Twenty-two Career and Technical Education students from the LoGuidice Educational Center in Fredonia were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.

The Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES LoGuidice Educational Center recently held its virtual National Technical Honor Society Induction ceremony on Friday, Dec. 17.

Twenty-two Career and Technical Education students earned the prestigous honor.

“The best part about being a principal, besides graduation, is being here for this ceremony,” said Joe Pagan, LoGuidice Educational Center CTE principal. “We start with a certain number of kids in NTHS and then it gets reduced based on certain requirements. These students are still here and that says a lot about the work they put in.”

The 2021 NTHS senior class is comprised of Brody Cave, Fredonia; Eneysha Rivera Osorio, Dunkirk; Abigail Wray, Fredonia; Sarah Noyes, Gowanda; Julianna Giaiamo, Cassadaga; Jonathan Long, Fredonia; Lucas Zielinski, Westfield; Alana Schneider, Forestville; Kyleigh Waterman, Fredonia; Damien Cook, Brocton; Ayanna Stephany, Fredonia; Genesis Cosme, Dunkirk; Amy Haggart, Gowanda; Zenobia Peck, Pine Valley; Madison Pagan, Dunkirk; Hailey Clutter, Dunkirk; Elizabeth Brooks, Gowanda; Sydney Dahl, Pine Valley; Chyanne Whitaker, Brocton; Savannah Krystofiak, Brocton; Jena Vacanti, Brocton; and Charlesa Le-Tran, Gowanda.

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