Students Awarded Rodney J. Love Scholarship

Students Awarded Rodney J. Love Scholarship

Four students were awarded the Rodney J. Love Scholarship during the RRTC Awards Ceremony held May 2. Receiving the $250.00 scholarships were: Reagan Julian, Health Careers; Justin Miller, Pre-Engineering Academy; Heather Pitcock, Business; and Bryce Johnson, Carpentry. The scholarship is given in memory of Love, who served on the RRTC School Board prior to his passing.

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Duncan Class of 1968 Awards Scholarship

Duncan Class of 1968 Awards Scholarship

Three members of the Duncan High School class of 1968 awarded RRTC Health Careers student Tayler Janz with the first “Class of 1968” scholarship. The scholarship, worth $600.00 was presented by class of 1968 members Gretchen White, Kyle Collins, and Cheryl Sims. The group raised funds for the scholarship during their 50 year reunion.

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Students Awarded Cameron University Scholarships

Students Awarded Cameron University Scholarships

Four RRTC students were recently awarded the Cameron University Tuition Fee Waiver, worth $1,000.00. Receiving the scholarships were: Rickey Wylie, Practical Nursing; Alexandria Jennings, Health Careers; Kaleigh Bowers, Health Careers; and Carly Mann, Practical Nursing.

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HOSA Students Win at State Contest

HOSA Students Win at State Contest

Several Red River Technology Center students, from three different programs, recently competed and placed at the HOSA-Future Health Professionals State Contest. Winners were:

 

Practical Nursing students who placed at the State HOSA (all post-secondary):      

Carly Mann (Rush Springs) – 2nd Place in Medical Reading

Dane Smith (Duncan) and Rickey Wylie (Comanche) – 2nd Place in CERT Skills

Marissa Beeson (Duncan), Charlie Romero (Duncan), and Stephanie Carrasco (Duncan) – 1st Place in Community Awareness

Kassie Hekia (Marlow) and Jessica Church (Duncan) – 3rd Place in Health Career Display

 

Health Careers students who recently placed at State HOSA:

Micah Harris (Central) and Brayden Strange (Walters) – 2nd place in CPR/First Aid

Arianah Lindstrom (Homeschool); Sam Richardson (Velma); Cheyenne Cain (Empire); Rachaele Stephenson (Homeschool); and Bethany Fullmer (not pictured, Empire) – 5th place in Public Service Announcement.

 

 Biomedical Science Academy students who recently placed at State HOSA:

Trey Hunt (Empire) – 5th in Biomedical Science

Brooklin Bain (Comanche) – 5th in Sports Medicine

Micah Elroy (Marlow) – 1st in Prepared Speaking

Chloe O’Conner (Marlow) and Haliegh Bradley (Central) – 5th in Forensic Medicine

Kali Treat (Homeschool); Nathan Wright (Central); and Alli Spurlock (Marlow) – 1st in Creative Problem Solving

 

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BPA Members Win at  State

BPA Members Win at State

Three RRTC Business and Information Technology students recently placed at the State Business Professionals of America (BPA) competition held March 11-13 in Tulsa.

Representing the RRTC BPA Chapter were:

Kaylynn Self – 6th place in Medical Office Procedures; 7th place in Basic Office Systems and Procedures

Kaitlin Hillin – 4th place in Administrative Support Team; 1st place in Advanced Spreadsheet Applications

Heather Pitcock – 4th place in Administrative Support Team; 7th place in Intermediate Word Processing

Kaitlin Hillin advances the National BPA Contest in Anaheim, CA on May 1-5, 2019.

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Students Place at State SkillsUSA Contest

Students Place at State SkillsUSA Contest

Five RRTC students recently placed at the State SkillsUSA contest held in Tulsa. Award winners were: Terrell Cox, Electronics, 1st place in Job Interview; Aryanna North, Cosmetology, 1st place in Cosmetology: Nail Art Job Exhibit; Abbe Johnson, Cosmetology, 2nd place in Prepared Speech; Stephanie Mason, 2nd place in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning; and Jacob Meador, CNC Machining, 3rd place in CNC Machining.

Each student also received a scholarship from the Kenneth and Juliette Woodward Endowment for the their accomplishments at the contest.

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