IVVC names outstanding students
Indian Valley Vocational Center in Sandwich has named its Outstanding Fall Students.
This recognition program spotlights a student from 15 programs on site, plus cosmetology and fire science, selected by the program instructors. The criteria includes qualities such as outstanding professional work, enthusiasm, attendance, initiative and demonstrated work ethic.
The outstanding fall students are: Applied Mathematics – Rebekah Hayden, Leland High School; Auto Body Repair – Charles Kostka, Yorkville; Automotive Technology – Alvaro Carranza Jr., Plano, Antonio Ramirez, Yorkville, and Javen Williams, Yorkville; Certified Nurse Assistant – Faith Weber, Sandwich; Computer Programming – Jeffery Whitely, Indian Creek; Computer Technology – Katie Deslitch, Sandwich; Construction Trades – Allison Kuhn, Earlville; Cosmetology-Debutantes – Ana Schopp, Hinckley-Big Rock; Cosmetology-Hair Professionals – Angela Feltz, Yorkville; Culinary Arts – Chloe Mendoza, Plano; Early Childhood Education – Kayleigh White, Sandwich; Emergency Medical Services – Anastasia Rader, Somonauk; Fire Science – Jake Angelo, Parkview Christian Academy; Graphic Design – Kara Runyan, Hinckley-Big Rock; Health Occupations – Laila Ertz, Plano; Law Enforcement – Rachael Andrews, Indian Creek; Sports Medicine – Ashley Worst, Sandwich; and Welding & Fabrication – Kyle Westphal, Newark.
IVVC is owned and operated by 11 school districts: Earlville District 9, Hinckley-Big Rock District 429, Indian Creek District 425, Leland District 1, Newark District 18, Paw Paw District 271, Plano District 88, Sandwich District 430, Serena District 2, Somonauk District 432 and Yorkville District 115.