The Washington County Career Center honors its October Students of the Month, Kyrie “Eva” and Tyson.
Eva is a Fort Frye senior enrolled in the Sports Medicine & Exercise Science program, and she is the sister of Josh and Kris of Beverly.
At the Career Center, Eva is a member of the SkillsUSA youth organization. She has received awards for the Principal’s List, Honor Roll, and the Career Center’s W.I.S.H. List in meeting all three criteria for 3.0 GPA or higher, 95% attendance or higher, and no office referrals. Through her technical program, she has earned certifications in Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), First Aid, and Automated External Defibrillator (AED). She will sit for the Physical Therapy Assistant Certification (PTAC) in the spring. Eva has received college credit or is currently taking dual-enrollment classes for: American National Government, Introduction to Nutrition, Manage of Athletic Injuries, Medical Terminology I, Medical Terminology II, Principles of Chemistry I & Lab, Personal Fitness Concepts, Resistive Training, and Statistics. Sports Medicine & Exercise Science instructor, Lauren Copen, comments on special traits and roles that Alvarez carries such as focused, strong work ethic, leadership, and determination.
Eva currently is employed as a crew member for the McDonald’s in Beverly. Upon graduation, she plans to attend Washington State Community College to obtain a certification for Massage Therapy.
Tyson is a Belpre senior enrolled in the Auto Mechanics program, and he is the grandson of Roger of Belpre.
Tyson is a member of the Career Center’s SkillsUSA youth organization and the National Technical Honor Society. He has received awards for Principal’s List and the Career Center’s W.I.S.H. List in meeting all three criteria for 3.0 GPA or higher, 95% attendance or higher, and no office referrals. At Belpre High School, he was active in football during his freshman, sophomore and junior years. Through his technical program, Tyson is currently working on obtaining the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) industrial credential in which he has passed three out of 10 student certifications. He is confident to pass the remaining seven before graduation next May. He received both high school and college credit for the College Algebra dual-enrollment course through the College Credit Plus program. Auto Mechanics instructor, Dave Everson, comments on special traits and roles that Tyson carries such as a good leader, hard worker, and an all-around good young man.
Tyson works as a substitute custodian for Belpre City Schools. Following graduation, he plans to obtain a certification from the Industrial Maintenance Mechanic program through The Career Center – Adult Technical Training.
Photos: Kyrie “Eva”, Tyson