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DHS students earn Career Tech credentials

Each year, Demopolis High School students enrolled in career technical programs showcase their accomplishments during the month of February, which is Career Technical Education month. 

At the conclusion of CTE month, students are recognized who have passed Microsoft Office Specialist credentials in Word, Word Expert, and/or PowerPoint. These students successfully passed tests that are industry recognized and prepares them to be college and career ready.  Students will also have the opportunity to earn credentials in Excel and Access before the end of the school year.

Following are students who earned CTE credentials.

Microsoft Word 2016: Ariel Williams, Glendy Galvan, Wessie Jacobs, Jay Holley, Alysse Dunklin, Andrew Knight, Haley Hoggle, Danny Turner, Brianna Doss, Kealin Davis, Michael Osmer, Abigail Hathcock, Gavin Nelson, John Warren, Khaliyah James, Montavious Brown, Maliki Simpson, Jaquita Dumas, Gorge Cardenas, Dezmarie Jones, Jackson Willoughby, Aniya Kunkle, Zachary Jenson, Tyler Hale, Rakeem Herelle, Jordan Hobson, Harley Crocker, Ella Quarles

Microsoft Word Expert 2016: Christopher Clink, Shailei Stapleton, Kiah Scott

Microsoft PowerPoint 2016: Wessie Jacobs, Ariel Williams, Glendy Galvan, Alysse Dunklin, Jay Holley, John Warren, Michael Osmer, Maliki Simpson, Harley Crocker, Kealin Davis, Andrew Knight, Brianna Doss, Rakeem Herelle, Abigail Hathcock, Zachary Jenson, Haley Hoggle, Jaquita Dumas, Khaliyah James, Alan Morrow, Tyler Gamble, Jackson Willoughby, Tyler Hale, Ne’Atress Hill, Gorge Cardenas, Ella Quarles, Rontreal Smith, Zane Hutchins, Danny Turner, Michael Hester, Olivia Leasure, Montavious Brown, Jordan Hobson, Aniya Kunkle, Gavin Nelson, Dezmarie Jones, Michael Lewis, Jaquan Brown, Taylor Collins, Robert Catlin, Ja’Mya Richardson, Stefan McCall, Shermarcus Griffin

In addition to Microsoft Office, DHS also offers the following credentials to their students: CNA – Certified Nursing Assistant, Basic Life Support – Instructor-Led Training, and NIMS – National Institute for Metalworking Skills.

(This article originally appeared in the Saturday, March 10 issue of the Demopolis Times.)