TCTC inducts students into National Technical Honor Society

    DEXTER — Tri-County Technical Center held its induction ceremony for students becoming members of the National Technical Honor Society on March 21.
    This national career/technical student organization encourages higher scholastic achievement, cultivates a desire for personal excellence, and helps top students find success in today’s highly competitive workplace. Students were selected for membership based on their scholastic achievement, skill development, leadership, honesty, responsibility and good character. 


Photo courtesy of TCTC
HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES — Tri-County Technical Center students inducted into the National Technical Honor Society during a March 21 ceremony were front, from left, Michael Mace, Ashley Malmquist, Taylor Lovley, Monica Grant, Courtney Wilcox and Patrick Haislet. Back, Vincent Pitts, Lacey Kent-Webber, Sarah Eastman, Emily Paige, Jacob Crocker, Courtney Gay, Hali Hardy, Dayna DeRap and honorary member TCTC Director Nicholas Vafiades.

    Twelve new members were inducted into the local chapter. They are: Jacob Crocker, a senior at Foxcroft Academy, Sarah Eastman, a senior at Dexter Regional High School, Courtney Gay, a senior at Nokomis Regional High School in Newport, Monica Grant, a senior at Nokomis, Patrick Haislet, a home-schooled junior from Penquis Valley Hight School, Lacey Kent-Webber, a senior at Nokomis, Taylor Lovley, a senior at Nokomis, Michael Mace, a senior at Greenville High School, Ashley Malmquist, a senior at Nokomis, Emily Paige, a senior at Nokomis, Vincent Pitts, a home-schooled senior at Dexter and Courtney Wilcox, a senior at Nokomis Regional HS.
    Assisting in the candlelighting ceremony were two members who were inducted last year:  Dayna DeRaps, a junior at Nokomis, and Hali Tremblay, a home-schooled senior at Nokomis.
    Also inducted into the TCTC Chapter was an honorary member, Nicholas S. Vafiades. Vafiades is the director of the Tri-County Technical Center. He is  being recognized for his commitment to career and technical education and that it is “all about the students.”

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