|PATHE program to graduate 6|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 23 May 2013 09:11|
The Wood County Educational Service Center's PATHE Program will graduate six students this term.
The program is designed to provide educational opportunities for children to learn the academic, social, and functional skills that he/she will need to be a happy, healthy, and productive adult.
Fostoria High School student Cheyanna Salyers, is the daughter of Julie Spires. She earned the "Brief Case" award through Wood County Educational Service Center by displaying positive growth in transition skills and a positive work ethic through PATHE's work-study program.
Her plans after graduation is to find a good job and going to college to become a registered nurse.
Perrysburg High School student Tyler Irish is the son of Taomi Lanning and John Buckner. He participated in the work-study program for two years, as well as learned how to play the cello.
After graduation, he would like to go to Owens Community College to study to become a police officer.
Perrysburg High School student Terry Irish also is the son of Taomi Lanning and John Buckner. He participated in the music program by learning how to play cello.
After graduation, he plans on getting a job and taking care of his family.
Eastwood High School student Frank Karamol is the Son of Frank Karamol. He participated in the work study program, as well as, the music program by learning how to play violin.
After graduation, he would like to enlist in the United States Marine Corps.
Otsego High School student Devon Couch is the son of Deanna Couch. He participated in the music program by learning how to play the violin and cello.
Couch is unsure what he would like to do after graduation.
Lake High School student Candice Iler is the daughter of Brenda Clark and Jeff Iler Sr. She participated in the work-study program during her senior year.
Candice enjoys working with children and animals and wants to pursue a job after graduation.
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