PIQUA — Tori Barga, a Fort Loramie High School senior, and Brianna Fourman, a Greenville High School senior, were named the Upper Valley Career Center Students of the Quarter for the first nine-week grading period.
According to Upper Valley Career Center Director of Student Services Matt Meyer, Fourman is a cosmetology major and Barga is a carpentry major. They were selected from a group of seven nominations for the quarter honors.
Barga is the daughter of Barry Barga, of Versailles, and Michele Barga, of Fort Loramie. She was recommended by her carpentry instructor, Rick Lenhart.
Fourman is the daughter of Craig Storer and Stephanie Elliott, of Greenville. She was recommended by her cosmetology instructor, Sara Plozay.
Nominations for Student of the Quarter are made by career-technical program instructors. Students’ attendance, citizenship, leadership and effort are rated. In addition, the nominees’ academic instructors are asked to rate each nominee’s effort during the nine-week grading period.
Five students earned commendation for their nominations. Students earning an Award of Merit are: Shelby Clark, Interactive Media I, Lily Hargrave, Cosmetology I, Bailey Wysong, Teacher Academy, Logan Bubeck, Interactive Media II, and Tiffany Bradley, Early Childhood Education and Care II.