Keystone Oaks School District News Article

Ten KOHS students selected as "Future Influencers"

Ten high school students were recently recognized as "Future Influencers" by The Challenge Program, Inc. (TCP) for achievements in attendance, STEM, community service, academic improvement and academic excellence during the 2018-2019 school year.

The goal of The Challenge Program is to connect the business and education sectors to introduce students to careers and motivate them to develop the skill sets required to succeed in the workforce. The program is sponsored locally by Carpenter Powder Products, which provides each winning student with $200 check.

The recipients of this year's awards are:
 
12th grade
Attendance – Brianna Pierce
STEM – Tyler Hrivnak
Community Service – Nathan Cleary
Academic Improvement – Scott Gunning
Academic Excellence – Ian Spottiswood

11th grade
Attendance – Jacob Cerneskie
STEM – Delainey Gray
Community Service – Taylor Brooks
Academic Improvement – Jonathan Zukiewicz
Academic Excellence – Maria Fratangelo
 

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