Emily Swafford named Bradley County Schools’ CTE Student of The Year
Bradley Central High School FFA has a long tradition of celebrating scholarship. In the past, FFA has assisted with the award ceremony to honor CTE students from all career areas and their accomplishments. With the COVID-19 pandemic, this celebration of success is taking on a different form, Bradley Central High School FFA and Bradley County Schools CTE Department are celebrating the completion of another successful year through the development of a CTE Student of the Year.
The Bradley County Schools CTE Student of the Year Award is given to the student who exhibits traits of CTE excellence through Leadership, Community Service, Career Technical Student Organization participation, and Classroom/Academic Achievement. Each Bradley County Schools Career Technical Education teacher was asked to nominate one student for CTE Student of the year. Thirty-one students were nominated. The ten finalists are Kylie Estrada, HaLee Kazy, Jacob Long, Kaylei Peak, and Emily Swafford from Bradley Central High School and Mariliis Bateman, Sydney Brady, Sydney Lawson, MaKaylah Shoemate and Maggie Thompson from Walker Valley High School. A selection committee announces Emily Swafford as the 2019-2020 Bradley County Schools CTE Student of the Year.
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