Indian Capital Technology Center has released the list of February students of the month.
They are Coweta high school junior, Moriah Ray, a Health Careers Certification student; Coweta senior Aspen Hayes, a Nursing Transitions student, and Oktaha junior Andrea Wilson, a Hospitality and Lodging Management student.
“Moriah is an all-around excellent student,” said Wren Stratton, ICTC Health Careers Certification instructor. “She gets along well with all her classmates and is supportive to all. You can depend on Moriah to complete all tasks assigned and to do quality work.”
Dana Chandler, ICTC Nursing Transitions instructor said “Aspen works hard to be an above average student, both in the clinical area and the classroom. She has excellent attendance, serves as the local HOSA President, and leads the Coweta Color Guard. Aspen has proven to be a dedicated health care provider in all aspects of learning.”
Ann Heard, ICTC Hospitality and Lodging Management instructor said, “Andrea has proven herself to be a conscientious student who completes her assignments, acts as a peer tutor to classmates, is well-behaved and is a team player. She exhibits a good attitude and has adequate attendance.”