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May 15, 2013

EMBDC Awards Head of the Class

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MERIDIAN —     The EMBDC is proud to announce the following 2013 spring semester Head of the Class winners:

Clarkdale High School

Highest Overall Career and Technical Student – Bo Stephens, Ag & Natural Resources II

Most Improved Career and Technical Student – Courtney Turner, Health Science I

Southeast High School

Highest Overall Career and Technical Student –  Kate Sprabery, Business Fundamentals/Marketing

Most Improved Career and Technical Student –  Corbin Hawker, Carpentry

Northeast High School

Highest Overall Career and Technical Student – Ebonee Spinks, Early Childhood Education II

Most Improved Career and Technical Student – Christian Espino, Career Pathway Experience

West Lauderdale High School

Highest Overall Career and Technical Student – Haleigh Brown, Health Occupations 1

Most Improved Career and Technical Student – Blake Knight, Health Occupations 1

Meridian High School – Ross Collins

Highest Overall Career and Technical Student – DeQuon Anderson, Health Sciences II

Most Improved Career and Technical Student – Brandon Lee, Construction Technology

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