Tech Program Honored

School update

November 03, 1991

WESTMINSTER — Instructor James LaBarre and members of the Carroll County Career and Technology Center's diesel technology program have received the 1991 Distinguished Career and Technology Education Program from the state Department of Education.

The program was judged on sources of money and program costs; number of students; success of graduates; overview of the center; purpose and objectives; description of techniques, materials, equipment and facilities; planning and cooperation with business and industry; feedback from students, employers and other groups; and publicity and recognition the program has received.


WINFIELD -- Two seniors at South Carroll High have been selected by a faculty committee as the students of the month for September.

Ronnie Robinson, son of Patricia Spencer, was chosen for his hard work with the varsity football team and his school work.

"A team player all the way, he is one of the greatest running backs we have everhad at South Carroll," said his coach, Kenneth Parker.

Gretchen Fogle, daughter of Sabra and David Fogle, was selected for the many activities she pursues at South Carroll, while keeping a strong grade point average.

Among her accomplishments are being elected secretary of the Student Government Association, vice-president of the Varsity Club and team captain of the girls soccer team.

Gretchen "has shown tremendous leadership in her role and has been a model of team play," said her soccer coach, Jim Horn.

Both students recently received a South Carroll pin and a letter of commendation from principal David Booz during a reception in the school cafeteria.

In addition,Ronnie received a certificate for a free dinner at Ya-Ya's in Eldersburg and Gretchen received one from the Olive Leaf in Mount Airy.

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