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    JVS Inducts National Technical Honor Society Members
    National Technical Honor Society 2017/18 Members

    March 30, 2018

    The 30 students inducted into the Lorain County JVS Chapter of the National Technical Honor Society this week are exceptional leaders who represent the very best in the school district and their communities. The ceremony included 11 returning, second-year members, and 19 new inductees.

    Lorain County JVS High School Principal, Jill Petitti said being inducted is very prestigious. “Our students participate in career tech programs, so many of our students will go to the workplace after graduation, and some are taking college courses,” added Petitti. “We expect the students to maintain a very high grade point average and to do community service.”

    Madison Murphy of Amherst, who is in the Allied Health Sciences program, is one of the top graduating seniors at Lorain County JVS. “It’s an honor and privilege to be a part of the NTHS ceremony and to be a part of this group of people who achieve success for themselves and the community.”

    Culinary Arts senior Andrew Shaffer of Amherst shared what this honor means to him. “It means pushing yourself always to do better and to strive for the goals that you want to get in life, and it means putting in a lot of hard work.”

    Graduating senior Brennan Novak of Midview shared he owed everything to JVS. “If I had not come here, I would not have had any of the job opportunities or the drive to do what I do to this day,” said Novak. “ I have to thank my lab instructor, Mr. Ramirez. He has taught me everything I’ve learned about industrial electricity, and I’m going to take that forward into the future.”

    The JVS NTHS students are listed by their home school district below:

    Amherst
    Branyan Frederick from Computerized Design and Drafting, Aaron Kukucka from Carpentry, Madison Murphy from Allied Health Sciences, Mercedes Murphy from Landscape and Greenhouse Management, Don Sabella from Landscape and Greenhouse Management, Andrew Shaffer from Culinary Arts

    Avon Lake
    Tristan Hansen from Web and Graphic Design

    Brookside
    Mackenzie Glass from Early Childhood Education, Samantha Glass from Early Childhood Education, Victoria Nelson from Allied Health Sciences, Suzanna Stark from Allied Health Sciences

    Clearview
    Sydney Collier from Landscape and Greenhouse Management

    Elyria
    Lijanna Marcano from Allied Health Sciences

    Firelands
    Abigail Hill from Collision Repair, Joy Vaughn from Early Childhood Education

    Keystone
    Alexis Kaspar from Allied Health Sciences, Ciarra Thompson from Early Childhood Education

    Midview
    Savannah Engelman from Carpentry, Thomas Keller from Landscape and Greenhouse Management, William Keller from Landscape and Greenhouse Management, Olivia Molnar from Allied Health Sciences, Brennan Novak from Industrial Electricity

    North Ridgeville
    Brooke Bird from Early Childhood Education, Sidney Coleman from Web and Graphic Design, Erika Shaft from Bakery and Pastry Arts

    Wellington
    Jessica Mileski from Landscape and Greenhouse Management, Sarah Park from Computerized Design and Drafting, Savannah Roby from Landscape and Greenhouse Management, Savannah Smith from Early Childhood Education, Kaylee Thorn from Early Childhood Education

    The NTHS honors students for outstanding achievement and success in career-technical education. Students are selected for membership based on the qualities of citizenship, leadership, workmanship and scholarship.

    The NTHS encourages high scholastic achievement, cultivates a desire for personal excellence, and helps motivated students find success in today's highly competitive job market.