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5a136094a55a0 Mrs. Ehlers and Jordan Bidwell following the award ceremony.
Mrs. Ehlers and Jordan Bidwell following the award ceremony.

Nebraska Career Education Students Recognized

November 20, 2017

 

On November 13 the Nebraska Department of Education recognized 139 outstanding students from across the state at a special recognition event for individual and team awards received at national events throughout the year.

The Commissioner’s Recognition is a collaborative effort between the Governor’s office and the Nebraska Department of Education, including the Center for Student Leadership and Expanded Learning, that provides support for all high school students engaged in Nebraska Career and Technical Education.

More than 250 students, parents, teachers, administrators, State Board of Education members, and senators attended the event. Deputy Commissioner of Education Deb Frison and Lt. Governor Mike Foley recognized the Nebraska Career Education students who received first, second, or third place or finalist awards during their national leadership and skills competitions held by their respective Career and Technical Student Organizations.

The students recognized during the Commissioner’s Recognition are members of DECA, Educators Rising, FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA: Future Health Professionals, PBL, and SkillsUSA. They represent schools from every corner of the state.

FCCLA winners included Jordan Bidwell of Overton Public Schools.

 
 

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