Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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February 10, 2014

TCAT announces high school student of the term, perfect attendance

CROSSVILLE — Daniell Henson, an Early Childhood Education student from Stone Memorial, has been honored as the fall 2013 high school Student of the Term at Tennessee College of Applied Technology Crossville.

Each term an outstanding student is selected to represent each high school program taught at Tennessee College of Applied Technology Crossville. These students are selected by their instructors to represent their class as a Student of Merit. The instructors consider grades, work ethics, and extracurricular activities when choosing their student representative. These names are then reviewed and a TCAT high school Student of the Term is chosen. The winner receives a scholarship provided by the TCAT General Advisory Council.

According to Early Childhood Education instructor Lucinda Whittenburg, “It is my pleasure to nominate Daniell Hensen for student of the trimester. Daniell is a very hard working student. She is very considerate to all and helps others when needed. She takes a lot of interest in helping others and wants to be a teacher after graduating from high school."

Additional High School Student of Term nominees fall 2013:

Automotive Technology: Sean McElroy

Drafting: Zachary Sisco

Early Childhood Education: Daniell Hensen

Welding: Tanner Penwell

Fall 2013 High School Perfect Attendance  

Tennessee College of Applied Technology Crossville presented its Perfect Attendance Award for the fall term to Chantell Rimes, from Stone Memorial, a student in the Early Childhood Educaton program. She was the only high school student who received this award, which takes a lot of dedication, determination, and hard work. "We are very proud of Chantell for this accomplishment."

Fall 2013 High School A Honor Roll

Tennessee College of Applied Technology Crossville would like to recognize their high school A Honor Roll students:

Auto Technology: Teddi Allred, Sean McElroy, Leon Tyler McTeer, Jackie Myers

Drafting: Zachary Sisco

Early Childhood Education: Amanday Beck, Erika Reed, Brianna Reid, Chantell Rimes, Daniell Hensen, Victoria Austin, Jessica Kopsie, Allie Hutson

Machine Tool: Austin Henry, Dustin Ray

Welding: Brandon Allen, Tanner Penwell

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