Churchville-Chili students Santino Barone, Gracie Bloss, Matteo Ginevra, Andrew Shortino and Jack White were five of 39 area students inducted into the WEMOCO Chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) in February. To be a member of NTHS, a student must have good academic standing and an excellent attendance record at the Career and Technical Education Center at Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES. They must also have a CTE teacher recommendation and be graduating with a local, Regents or Regents with Distinction diploma. Inductees must adhere to the seven tenets of the NTHS: skill, honesty, service, responsibility, scholarship, citizenship and leadership.
Feature photo: Auto Body & Collision Repair Technology - From left, Jack White (Churchville-Chili) and teacher Dan Boyler.
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Cosmetology – From left, Gracie Bloss (Churchville-Chili), Skyla Milazzo (Holley), teacher Raeann Materise, Heather Smith (Brockport) and Allyson Skehan (Holley).
Culinary Arts - From left, Santino Barone (Churchville-Chili) and teacher Carol Lupisella.
Engineering and Metal Fabrication: Machining – From left, Andrew Shortino (Churchville-Chili) and teacher Randy Pearl.
Carpentry – From left, Matthew Mason (Hilton), Gabriel Kudela (Hilton), Antonio Collazo (Brockport), teacher Peter Sharpe, Matteo Ginevra (Churchville-Chili), Ciera Kupferschmid (Kendall), Zachary Rush (Gates Chili) and teacher aide Tom Manetta.