BCC Seniors Receive Certificates May 20

BCC Seniors Receive Certificates May 20

Career-Technical Honors Awards

BCC Seniors Receive Certificates May 20

Wed, May 20th, 2015

Belmont Career Center seniors were honored during the 44th annual Senior Certificate and Awards Presentation on May 20. The program was held in the Health & Physical Education Center at Ohio University Eastern.

Scholarship, attendance, outstanding career-technical awards, and career-technical certificates were presented to 128 seniors.

Top honor student was Jamie Bumgardner, daughter of Larry Bumgardner, Jr., of Bethesda and Chianti Bumgardner of Bellaire.

Bumgardner completed the Allied Health Science program and will graduate from Union Local High School. She has been named Student of the Month on two occasions and has been on the Principal's List and Honor Roll throughout high school.

She plans to attend Belmont College to pursue a degree in nursing.

Seniors that were recognized for completing their career-technical program were:

AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS: Brandon Bringman, Carli Crupe, Jacob Dombroski, Nathan Gregg, Doug Hill, Jay Mazgaj, Brandon McGlothlin, Logan Neitzelt, Brandon Patterson, Bradley Steadman and Austin Troy.

ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCE: Shaylah Bertolino, Jamie Bumgradner, Kailyn Conner, Josie Donato, Alicia Lewis, Natalie Maffe and Cheyanne Overfield.

AUTO COLLISION TECHNOLOGY: Jeremy Baker, Mercedes Bulger, Tyler Clark, Alyssa Doty, Ryan Moore, Quinn Myers and Damon Nagy.

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY: Grant Arnold, Joseph Baker, Samantha Beever, Marissa Black, Allison Cummins, Kyla Duff, Savion Mickens, Anthony Paree, Brian Spugnardi, Adriana Thomas, Alex Wagner, Matthew Weed and Jacob Williams.

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES: Jared Heslop and Michael Pyatt.

CARPENTRY: Austin Archer, Lane Boyer, William Cramer, Charles Hope, Dylan Johnston, Angelina McKeever, Hunter Scott, Jeff Simpson and Haylee Weekley.

COSMETOLOGY: Brittany Arigoni, Shelby Bland, Erica Campbell, Autumn Coey, Alex Coe, Brianna Crow, Tashayla Jeffreys, Shaela Norris, Vanessa Ray, Taylor Smith, Lacey Stewart and Rachelle Thomas.

CULINARY FOOD SERVICES: Pamela Baker, Kaitlyn Burlingame, Chance Carman, Emma Castello, Brianna Goodhart, Justin Grear, Hannah Hannahs, Jordan Harger, Emily Lucas, Kasey Mathews and Shaela Paboucek.



ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING: Ashley Baker, Ryan Busby, Taelor Dudek, Abigail Earliwine, Abby Nelson, Jacob Orr, Mackenzi Otto, Aaron Perkins, Sapphire Queen, Austin Rine, Collin Smigle, Thomas Stewart, Ambria Stotley and Shelby Thoburn.


PC & NETWORK TECHNOLOGY: Robert Dixon, Aryan Holland, Franklin Kirkpatrick, Cherokee Mansfield, Melissa Meyers and Nicole Vinka.


SMALL ENGINE TECHNOLOGY: Andrew Barker, Tori Coe, Jonathan Fritter, Tim Gordon, Jason Lanch, Nathon MacMillan, Randy McGilton, Josh Nicola, Dylan Nye, Travis Pinkston, Lucas Pomaranski, Dakkota Ramsay, T.J. Showalter, Shannon Thomas and Michael Woodburn.

VISUAL GRAPHICS & WEB DESIGN: George Armiger, Kearsten Drewett, Brianna Fuhr, Zach Mellott, Alex Saffell and Shalena Stillion.

WELDING: Jedidiah Crumbley, Austin Hayes, Shane Kinney, Trent McIntire, Max Myers, Tera Neer, Shania Richmond, Zach Skinner, Kaleb Smolira, Tony Vigil and Tim Young.

These students pictured all received Career-Technical Honors Awards. From left, are Debbie Kenny, school board vice president, Harrison Hills; Carli Crupe, Agricultural Mechanics, Martins Ferry; Damon Nagy, Auto Collision Technology, Martins Ferry; Marissa Black, Automotive Technology, St. Clairsville; Charles Hope, Carpentry, Union Local; Brittany Arigoni, Cosmetology, Union Local; Jamie Bumgardner, Allied Health Science, Union Local; Abagail Lutman, Drafting & CAD Applications, Bellaire; Brianna Fuhr, Visual Graphics & Web Design, Bellaire; Robert Dixon, PC & Network Technology, Harrison Central; Travis Pinkston, Small Engine Technology, Union Local; Trent McIntire, Welding, St. Clairsville; and school board president Roger Stewart, Bridgeport.

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Jamie Bumgardner

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