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Rotary Honors CTE Students

Oneida and Stockbridge students recognized by Rotary    

posed photo     James Egelston   Grant Oneida   Brianna Oneida   Staudt Stockbridge   Abel Oneida

The Rotary Club of Oneida honored 27 graduating seniors from the Oneida and Stockbridge Valley school districts on Tuesday, May 8th for their successes in Career and Technical Education (CTE).

Students recognized at this year’s Senior Award Luncheon, held at MOBOCES, were nominated by their CTE teachers based on their academic achievement, attendance and program accomplishments. They were congratulated by Rotary members, their school superintendents and administrators and MOBOCES administrators and teachers.

Individual photos of each student accompany Jackie Starks, District Superintendent (left) and Maggie Argentine, Rotary President Elect (right).

This year's honorees are:


Julia Abel, New Visions Professions; Gabrielle Cafalone, Allied Health; Hannah Chambers, New Visions Engineering; Jasmine Coston, Equine; Emmanuel Esparza, Engineering Science; Jenna Ford, Allied Health; Anna Garrison, Culinary Arts; Natasha Hoose, Early Childhood Education; Hunter Jeannotte, Auto Tech; Daniel "Harry" Jones, Engineering Science; Brianna Laureti, Allied Health; Grant Mair, Auto Tech; Bryn Mancarella, Allied Health; Allison Merrell, Engineering Science; Samantha Mongeon, Health Related Careers; Caitlin Petrie, Equine Nathaniel Petzoldt, Carpentry; and Madison Sheedy, Allied Health.


Stockbridge Valley

Alaina Beane, New Visions Engineering; James Egelston III, Auto Tech; James March, Conservation; Maryanne Mathews, New Visions Engineering; Catherine Meeker, New Visions Professions; Jaydalyn Moot, Cosmetology; Christopher Skellham, Conservation; Kayla Smith, Cosmetology; and Ashleigh Staudt, New Visions Professions