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CKTC SkillsUSA students going to Nationals

CKTC SkillsUSA students going to Nationals

Fort Cobb, OK – May 6, 2013 – Several Caddo Kiowa Technology Center students competed at the State SkillsUSA competition last month, with three advancing to nationals. The event was a showcase for career and technical education students across the state competing in rigorous competitions in their respective training field.

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Digital Imaging Student Thomas Worcester (Fort Cobb) was named a National Officer Candidate; Stephen Bivens (Apache High School) placed first in Graphic Communications; Jesse Cooper (Fort Cobb-Broxton High School) placed first in Welding. All three will advance to Nationals.

“I am proud of all of the students. They have represented us well,” reported Superintendent Dennis Ruttman. “To the best of my knowledge and Mr. Theesen’s [welding instructor] this is the first time a CKTC student has won the state welding competition.”

Others placing at state are William Flowers (Mountain View-Gotebo High School), top 20 in carpentry; Albert Frye (Anadarko), top ten in Culinary Arts; Charles Lerch (Anadarko), top ten Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration; Sara Hotz (Lookeba), third in Short Cut and Design.

Cosmetology Student Kristian Francis (Binger-Oney High School) placed in the top ten in job interview; HVAC Student Ronald Klinekole (Apache) placed in the top ten in job interview; Markie Hawkins (Fort Cobb-Broxton High School) placed in the top five in Nail Care; and Heather Alldredge (Verden) placed in the top ten in Nail Care.

More information about CKTC is available online at www.caddokiowa.com or by calling 405.643.5511.

State SkillsUSA Photo 

Caddo Kiowa Technology students compete at SkillsUSA. On the back row are Thomas Worcester (Fort Cobb), Ronald Klinekole (Apache), Sara Hotz (Lookeba), McKenna Clift (Fort Cobb-Broxton High School), Charles Lerch (Anadarko), William Flowers (Mountain View-Gotebo High School), Kristian Francis (Binger-Oney High School) and Markie Hawkins (Fort Cobb-Broxton). On the front row are Tracey Gabehart (Anadarko), Nizhonie Wahnee (Anadarko), Stephen Bivens (Apache High School) and Jesse Adams (Anadarko).

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