Students earn awards at Metro Tech despite COVID-19

Student getting an award

Students earn awards at Metro Tech despite COVID-19
Metro Tech students receive site director of the year awards

OKLAHOMA CITY – While COVID-19 postponed events, shut down schools, and canceled graduations–the year-end award planning was on time. Metro Tech announced Site Directors’ Student of the Year, and Superintendent’s Student of the Year recipients on May 29th.

Each student was presented with an award at their home by Metro Tech’s Superintendent Bob Parrish, Associate Superintendent Dr. Stephanie Bills, and a caravan of employees who memorialized the event with a congratulatory sign in each yard.

Dr. Bills said, “Student of the year recipients are selected for their exemplary leadership qualities, character qualities, involvement in school, and community. These students truly exemplify Metro Tech’s mission and values.”

Receiving the Superintendent’s Student of the Year award are: High school student Andrew Lewis, and adult student Daniel Vargas. These two extraordinary young men also received the Site Director’s Students of the Year award.

Receiving the Site Directors’ High School Student of the Year awards are: Nate Helm, Jordan Jones, Jennifer Ortega, Brittany Motes, Endya Spivey, and Andrew Lewis.

Receiving the Directors’ Adult Student of the Year awards are: Myranda Pesina, Griffin Richardson, Eric Seaman, Mark Tull, Taiz Davila, and Daniel Vargas.

Metro Technology Centers has four campuses offering full time career training programs and customized business training solutions that has been contributing to Oklahoma’s economic workforce since 1979.