Health Science student standing by a skeleton.
October: Logan Williams Logan is the son of Cari and Ben Travis and Adam Williams. He is a junior at Oscoda Area Schools. Logan is a first year student in the Health Science program. He is a nontraditional student who has gone above and beyond since day one. Logan comes to class every single day, dressed and ready to begin learning. He is always the first to volunteer for a skill or activity. Logan has a strong work ethic and his willingness to work hard shows in his demeanor. Currently, Logan is ahead of the game, asking what we will be learning next and has already completed the next three units of our online curriculum. Logan is certified in Heartsaver; CPR/First Aid/AED, Stop the Bleed, OSHA, Confidentiality and HIPAA all completed only in the short time we have been in school. He uses his time wisely in class and asks questions when others are afraid to ask themselves. Logan’s goal is to have a career in Sports Medicine and we see a bright future ahead for him.
Photo of student in his welding booth.
September: Mason Pace-Muckenthaler Mason is the son of Alexis and Michael Muckenthaler. He is a senior at Whittemore-Prescott Area Schools. He is a second year student in the Welding & Fabrication program. Mason is a quiet leader who always leads by example. He works very hard to improve his welding skills every day, and his peers seek him out for help with their own welding skills. Mason is very easy to get along with and always has a positive attitude. Getting to know Mason has been very rewarding. He has played his guitar and sang for his class on occasion and has inspired his classmates to step out of their comfort zone and be themselves. Mason has the talent and determination to become a first class welder, and represents what the Tech Center is all about.