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GRTS Students Recognized for Grades and Attendance

2018-2019

1st Quarter | 2nd Quarter | 3rd Quarter | 4th Quarter

Nineteen students from Grand River Technical School (GRTS) have been recognized as "Students of the Quarter" for the 2nd quarter of the 2018-2019 school year. GRTS instructors selected students for this honor based on the following criteria: Outstanding work ethic, excellent attendance, good manners, and superior grades. Students will receive certificates of excellence, specially-designed sweatshirts recognizing their achievements, and are featured on the GRTS "Wall of Fame."

Congratulations on your Achievements! ~ GRTS Faculty and Staff

Agriculture
Cameron Dudley
Junior Chillicothe
Agriculture
Matt Hawkins
Junior Hale R-I
Ag Diesel Svc Tech
Clint Littleton
Post High Keytesville
Applied Comm
Hannah Wickersham
Senior Chillicothe
Auto Svc Tech
Caleb Eddins
Senior Hale R-I
Automation & Elect
Denver Whitson
Post High Avalon
Building Trades
Logan Stanton
Junior Trenton R-9
Business Tech
Emma Hurtgen
Senior Chillicothe
Career Independence
Emily Ellis
Junior Chillicothe
Collision Technology
Ben Woodson
Junior Trenton R-IX
Computer Networking
Owen Craver
Post High Unionville
Computer Service Tech
Eric Kleinschmidt
Senior Chillicothe
Early Childhood
Kaci Garland
Junior Hamilton R-II
Engineering
Bryson Prather
Freshman Chillicothe
Health Services Tech
Carleigh Crawford
Senior Chillicothe
Health Services Tech
Kortney Nelson
Junior Hale R-I
Hospitality/Tour
Olivia Lamp
Junior Chillicothe
Technical Math
Skylar Chapman
Junior Chillicothe
Industrial Welding
Nicholaus Wyckoff
Senior Hamilton R-II

Congratulations to our Star Students of the Quarter!

Click here to see our Honor Roll Students Click to see students with Perfect Attendance

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