The Washington County Career Center honors its October Students of the Month, Tabitha, and Jarrett.
Tabi is a Frontier senior enrolled in the Sports Medicine & Exercise Science program, and she is the daughter of Gale and Rachel of Marietta.
At the Career Center, Tabi is a member of the SkillsUSA youth organization, Student Council, is a Leader for Students Solving Problems, and is the President for the National Technical Honor Society. As a Student Ambassador, she is responsible for acting as a liaison between the Career Center and Frontier High School. In addition, she is gaining leadership skills by promoting the Career Center during its recruitment process as well as giving tours and guidance at scheduled events and with incoming visitors. At Frontier High School, Tabi is active in Varsity cheerleading for both football and basketball. She also was a member of 4H for a total of six years.
Tabi maintained a 4.0 GPA all last school year for which she was recognized on the Career Center’s Principal List. In her technical program, she has earned industry-recognized credentials or college credit for: Automated External Defibrillator, Bleeding Control Basic 1.0, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, First Aid, Medical Terminology and Resistance Training. This school year, she is working on College Credit Plus (CCP) academic and program courses for: English Composition, Introduction to Nutrition, Management of Athletic Injury, and Statistics. In addition, she is taking course offerings and learning skills for: Athletic Injuries & Prevention, Exercise & Athletic Training, Nutrition & Wellness, and Sports Exercise Psychology. In February 2022, she will sit for the Physical Therapy Technician Certification exam.
Sports Medicine & Exercise Science instructor, Lauren Copen, commented on special traits and roles Tabi carries such as kind, generous and a born leader. Upon graduation, she plans to attend a four-year college or university to obtain a bachelor’s degree as a physical therapy assistant.
Jarrett is a Marietta senior enrolled in the Masonry program, and he is the son of Todd and Andrea of Marietta.
At the Career Center, Jarrett is a member of the SkillsUSA youth organization and the National Technical Honor Society. He is also class president of the Masonry program. Jarrett has received awards for the Career Center’s Principal List and Honor Roll. At Marietta High School, he is a member of the National Honor Society and is active in crew. He also was a member of the Boys Scouts of America for a total of four years.
In his technical program, Jarrett has earned industry-recognized credentials for National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) - Core and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – 10-Hour Training. This school year, he is working on NCCER – Level 1. Through CCP, he has or will earn both high school and college credit for the following academic courses: American National Government, Anatomy & Physiology, Career Classes, College Algebra, English Composition, and Statistics. He is taking course offerings and learning skills for: Concrete & Residential Masonry, Construction Safety & Crew Leadership, Construction Technology – Core & Sustainable Construction, and Masonry – Brick & Block.
Mathematics instructor, Evan Schaad, commented on special traits and roles Jarrett carries such as inspirational to others and a mature student leader with an exemplary attitude and commitment to learning and growth. He currently is employed with Little Caesar’s in Marietta. Jarrett plans after graduation are to enlist with the United States Coast Guard with a future goal to take additional schooling to obtain a degree in Architectural Design.
Photos: Tabitha, Jarrett