The Buckeye Career Center named it Student of the Month in November. Two high school students were chosen for the honor of demonstrating the core value of the collaboration in November. An adult education student was also selected.
The first high school winner is Emily Hubrich, a student of floral design. Huprich attends BCC from Hiland and is a member of the FFA. Outside of BCC, she is a nine-year member of the Barnyard Buddies 4-H Club. After graduation, Hubrich hopes to become a floral designer. Hobrich was nominated by her coach, Mrs. Sharon Burdett. “She goes above and beyond to help others and work together to complete projects. Emily has a good presence, good grades, and a great work ethic,” Burdett commented. Hubrich is the daughter of Dale and Susan Hubrich.
The second high school student of the month is Blake Warner, a graphic arts student. Warner attends BCC from Dover. He is a member of SkillsUSA at BCC and works for Giant Eagle in Dover. Warner is hesitant about his plans after high school but is considering enrolling in college or the military. He was nominated by his mentor, Mrs. Aubrey Gilsha. “He comes to the lab during his classroom to work on lab projects and is constantly collaborating and asking advice from fellow students and myself,” Gealsha said. Warner is the son of Mandy Warner and grandson of Bob and Carol Warner.
Adult Education Student of the Month for November is Tim Miner, an enrolled student in the Heavy Equipment Operator Training Program / CDL A. Miner is a Sandy Valley graduate and works for Ziggler Tire. Upon graduation, Miner hopes to gain entry and employment through the operator’s union. His teacher, Mr. Don Young, considers Miner a great student. “He has what it takes to be a great operator. He is always improving, he is a team player, and he has a great desire to become a process engineer,” Young said.
All three were honored by the Buckeye Career Center Education Board at its November board meeting.