Four hundred seniors were awarded certificates along with other student achievements and Career Passports marking the end of their career and technical training during Four County Career Center’s 52nd annual recognition day ceremony which was held virtually. Fifty-one students were named outstanding seniors for exemplary performance in their career and technical and academic programs and presented with award plaques by their department supervisors. Awards and scholarship monies of more than $410,000 to be used to further students’ education at community colleges and universities were also awarded. Students receiving awards from Henry County included (front row, from left) Hannah Cherry, Napoleon, algebra II; Thania Torres, Napoleon, visual art and design; Jocelyn Eash, Napoleon, health careers and English; Bailey Clark, Napoleon, fire and rescue; Rylie VonDeylen, Napoleon, pre-calculus; Haley Zachrich, Napoleon, floral design; Tayler Dunn, Patrick Henry, chef training; (back row, from left) Elliot Bruback, Napoleon, building trades/carpentry; Lane Crossland, Napoleon, electrical; Devin Sipple, Napoleon, English and math; Camryn Cover, Napoleon, cosmetology; Sarah French, Napoleon, health careers; Jacob Parento, Liberty Center, computer networking and cybersecurity; Makayla Panning, Patrick Henry, law enforcement and security tactics; and Logan Cavazos, Holgate, hospitality services. Not pictured is Olivia Raynor, Napoleon, English.