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Riley students recognized for their WEC Program work

Riley Elementary students recently enjoyed a pizza partywith members of the New Castle Career Center.

Riley Elementary School had 25 sixth grade students meet the mid-year qualifications for the Governor’s Work Ethic Certificate (WEC) Program.

The following students met the WEC program mid-year qualifications for GPA, discipline, and attendance for first semester: Elijah Abrams, Patience Antrim, Samuel Brewster, Wyatt Brewster, Madison Ervin, Trinity Harmon, Sarah Jones, Spencer Lowe, Leticia Martinez, Kairi McGuire, Kelden Riggs, McKenna Speer, Colin Taylor, Caden Blackford, Jackson Brendel, Clay Butler, Cara Cowan, Mireya Guerrero, Colten Lawson, Isaac Madden, Addison McGowan, Jake Mills, Nevaeh Moellering, Alexander Ousley and  Tyler Thurman.

The students met with Career Center Assistant Director Mackenzie Jackson and Work Ethic Program Manager Todd York for a pizza party to celebrate their work.

The Henry County Community Foundation and Mancino’s helped make the celebration possible.

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