VERONA — A total of 112 area high school seniors were inducted into the Madison-Oneida BOCES chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) in recognition of their excellence in career and technical education, MOBOCES announced.
To join the honor society, students must be nominated by their teachers, carry a minimum 3.0 grade point average, demonstrate excellence in their CTE (Career and Technical Education) program and participate in extracurricular activities at BOCES and/or their home school.
This year includes the largest class that MOBOCES has inducted into its NTHS chapter. The inductees by school district, and their BOCES programs:
• Rome — Hsa Soe and Micheal Storms, Auto Technology; Molly Lewis, Gabrielle Moriarty and Avery Pabis, Cosmetology; David Leddick, MaryRose Scaccia, Alexys Schaefer, Criminal Justice; Damaris Moriarty, Culinary Arts; Ryker Acquasanta, Engineering; Mackenzie Godfrey, Health Related Careers; Garrett Craft, Jalaina Fehn, Devon McClendon, Nicholas Stockton, Jarod Pilgreen and Gage Wiggins, IT/CISCO.
• Camden — Asiah Biro, Emma Risley, Camryn Sullivan and Andromeda Yahoudy-Macner, Allied Health Partnership; Danielle Ingraham and Cinnamon Kahler, Cosmetology; Joseph Birmingham, Criminal Justice; Kassidy Allen, Savannah Murray and Mackenzie Vierow, Equine and Animal Science; Laney Seamon, Graphic Design; Beth Bunce, Antonia DePerno, Ashlee Gilbert, Rachelle Johnston and Brooke Narolis, Health Related Careers; Kyle Wines, Heavy Equipment Operation; Erin Bourgeois, Breanna Gerow, Bonnie Harrington and Lily Sullivan, New Visions Profession.
• Vernon-Verona-Sherrill — Adam Durfee, Allied Health Partnership; Dustin Miller, Auto Body Repair; Chassitty Schoff, Culinary Arts; Alana Murphy and Anna Tarry, Early Childhood Education; Katelyn Lanz and Andrew Wuest, Electrical/HVAC; Kendall Dust, Equine and Animal Science; Bailey Relf, New Visions Professions,
• Oneida — Darrick Ball, Morgan Durr, Hanna Kimball, Nina Magliocca, Deena Marji, Molly Moyer and Reilly White, Allied Health Partnership; Zachary Coleman, Carpentry; Oni Blackmon, Emma Coy and Christa Winchell, Cosmetology; Tanner Nodine and Lilliana Szakacs, Criminal Justice; William Milbach, Culinary Arts; Anya Alexander and Danielle Diamond, Early Childhood Education; Lukas Albro, Ryan Barley, Engineering, Julia Draves, Nicholas Kimball, Jessica Russ and Schuyler Vecchiano, Engineering; Jordan Karst, Heavy Equipment Operation.
• Canastota — Patrick Armstrong, McKenzie Leahey and Madalyn Milligan, Allied Health Partnership; Alissa Case and Elaina Percival, Cosmetology; James Stone, Culinary Arts; Hayley Wallis, Early Childhood Education; Lucas Barnello, Zachary Blanchard, Kenneth Coe, Caleb George, Logan Hood and Samuel Snow, Engineering; Whitney Marshall, Equine and Animal Science; Lee Hannan, Makenzie Mitchell, Joanna Musacchio, Jillian Whaley and Loryn Wilcox, New Visions Professions.
• Hamilton — Colin Fadale, Engineering; Sara Joerger, New Visions Professions.
• Madison — Abigail Vanderhoof, Criminal Justice; Emily Metott, Electrical/HVAC; Dillon English and Mikaela Williams, Engineering; Kayla Usborne, New Visions Professions.
• Morrisville-Eaton — Harlee Goodwin, Allied Health Partnership; Trevor Wiley, Electrical/HVAC; Gabriel Camp and Nathaniel Slabaugh, Engineering; Brianna Griffing, Health Related Careers; Shelbie Boyden, Heavy Equipment Operation; Caitlin Bennett, Devyn Marshall and Collin Shelton, New Visions Professions; Devan Pelky, Zachary Strong and Cole Szewczyk, Outdoor Power Equipment.
• Stockbridge Valley — Madison Piersall, Allied Health Partnership; Wyatt Becker and Hannah Reaves, Engineering; Jasmine Vaillancourt, Graphic Design.