The Caroline County Board of Education recognized students from Lockerman Middle School and North Caroline High School during the February 24th board work session at North Caroline. The students were recognized for a variety of achievements in the arts, sports and business competitions.
Three Lockerman Middle School students were chosen to participate in All Shore Band. Pictured from left to right: Interim Superintendent of Schools Milton Nagel; LMS music teacher EJ Oesterle; Zachary Higgs, percussion; Forrest Geisel, percussion; and Board member George Abner. Not pictured is Harrison Ghrist, percussion.
At right is Jade Pearl, Lockerman Middle School student, who was chosen to participate in All Shore Chorus. Pictured with Pearl is LMS music teacher Leroy Potter and Board member George Abner.
Five North Caroline High School students were chosen to participate in the All Shore Band. Pictured from left is NCHS band director Wayne Martin; Hunter Geisel, tenor saxophone; Arden Miller, clarinet; Julianna Wedding, clarinet; and Stephen Ganong, percussion. Not pictured is Mikaela Walton, clarinet.
Samantha Pauley, North Caroline High School student, was chosen to participate in the Maryland All State Senior Mixed Chorus. From left to right is music teacher Martha Mancuso, Board member George Abner, Pauley and Interim Superintendent Milton Nagel.
Two North Caroline High School students were chosen to participate in All Shore Chorus. From left is music teacher Martha Mancuso, Board member George Abner, Leeann Sard, Sean Priest and Interim Superintendent Milton Nagel.
North Caroline High School Girls Indoor Track Team was recognized for being Bayside Champions. Pictured are team members: Kelsey Dusock, Sarah McKee, Janna Teat, Savannah Herbert, Meghan Hall and Kelsey Sloan. Not pictured is TraNisha Blake, Isis Broussard, Abby Connolly, Jalynn Crawford, Addie Dyson, Jasmonet Fletcher, Ashley Hall, Megan Hannegan, Morgan Hewitt, Katie Saathoff, Cosette Schulties, Christine Sturm and Lizzy Walston.
North Caroline High School Boys Indoor Track Team was recognized for being Bayside and Regional Champions. Pictured are team members: Anton Black, Mitchell Kato, Robbie Calloway, Eric Proud, Devin Robinson and Dakota Murray. Not pictured are team members: Elyah Bordley, Freddie Martinez, Kalil McCray, Zachary Smith, Jacob Stevens and Melvin Umana.
The North Caroline High School Volleyball team was recognized for being Bayside Champions and Regional runner ups. Pictured are team members: Aubrey Biddle, Kayla Figueroa, Kassidy Townsend, Morgan Stumpf, Caitlyn Creasey, Julie Saathoff, MaryJo Gavin, Clara Thornton, Madison Shaw, Makalya Mullikin and Coach Vansciver. Not pictured are team members: Chrissie Houtz, Kelly Dove and Julia Martin.
One of North Caroline HIgh School's Stock Market Team's placed first in the state in the Fall Stock Market Game competition. Pictured is Noah Ferkler, one of the team members, with Board member George Abner and Interim Superintendent Milton Nagel. Not pictured are the other team members Jayson Herlth and Michaela Simmons. The school has also another team place first in the Eastern Shore Region Fall Stock Market Game. The team members are: Sawyer Scott, Herbert Sullivan and Robert Smith.
A number of North Caroline High School students competed in the regional Future Business Leaders of American conference either taking an online test or delivering a presentation to a panel of judges. A large number of them will be competed at the state competition in April. Students whoe competed are: Zac Sard, Katie DePasquale, Mailly Carnochan, Cosette Schulties, Sumaiya Johnson, Zach Jones, Nick Yost, Brett Carmean, Retu Domnic, Yasmeen Johnson, Kelsea George, Morgan Jones, Brittany Brown, Makayla Mullikin, Kelsey Dilling, Emily Minkkinen, Brooke Darling, Frank Clay, Will Fox, Connor McCormick and Hunter Joseph.
The Caroline Career and Technology Center was recently recognized for being a Character Education School of the Year. Pictured from left is Dr. Derek Simmons, director of student services, CCTC principal Mr. Gene Smith; and Board member George Abner.