NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio - Buckeye Career Center has named its Student of the Month recipients for November, honoring two high school students as well as one in adult education.
The first of the two high school Students of the Month is Graphic Arts senior Crimzen Christmas of Newcomerstown High School. She has served as a Buckeye Ambassador for two years, has been a two-year member of Drug Free Clubs of America, and is in her second year at SkillsUSA, a not-for-profit association of students and educators partnering with business and industry to ensure that America has a globally competitive skilled workforce.
Following graduation, Christmas plans to attend college to become an audiologist with a minor in American Sign Language.
The second high school Student of the Month is David Caswell of Dover High Schoo. Caswell is enrolled in Ag. & Diesel Technology and Commercial Truck Technology. At BCC, he is a member of the FFA and participated in cross-country and trapshooting for three years while attending Dover.
Following graduation, Caswell wants to attend the Ohio CAT Think Big Program and complete training to become a certified technician for Caterpillar.
The Adult Education Student of the Month is William Maple, an HVAC-R student. Maple, who resides in West Lafayette, is a 2020 graduate of Ridgewood High School and is employed by Maple and Sons Construction. He enrolled in the program to enhance his HVAC-R skills to become a valuable resource at his family's business.
The three were recognized by BCC's Board of Education at their virtual November meeting.