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$20,000 in college scholarships awarded at LISD Reception

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Lubbock ISD Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center (ATC) presented college scholarship totaling $20,000 to twenty of its best students at a presentation and reception Wednesday.

LISD Superintendent Wayne Havens, South Plains College President Kelvin Sharp and Lubbock Economic Development Alliance Workforce Development Director Terri Patterson participated in the presentation program.

Twenty high school seniors, who performed at the top of their class at the ATC, received a college scholarship for their efforts in classes ranging from Automotive Technology to Video Technology. 

Three students received the ATC South Plains College (SPC) Building-Wide Scholarships for their involvement in and development through programs at the ATC.  The first place winner was Nicole Sexton, Lubbock High senior, winning a $1,500 scholarship, the second place $1,000 winner was Tanner Lewis, Lubbock High senior and the third place $500 winner was Alex Sanders, Coronado High School senior.

The program winners for $1,000 ATC scholarships are:

Automotive Technology II   Julio Granados, LHS
Broadcast Journalism Gloria Sanchez, LHS
Computer Digital Graphics Jonathan Murphy, CHS
Computer Networking Technologies John Koenig, CHS
Computer Technologies  Heath McCasland, LHS
Electrical Trades   Luis Duran, MHS
Engineering Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Aaron Hellman, LHS
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Monica Wolfe, CHS
Graphics Communications and Design Anthony Maples, MHS
Fashion Marketing    Chelsea Hall, LHS
Metal Trades II     Tommy Brashear, CHS
Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) Brandon Andrade, LHS
Video Technology  Chris Hernandez, CHS
Ready-Set-Teach      Alexandria Molinar, LHS
Marketing Patrea Ferrell, LHS
Multimedia Mariah Deardorff, CHS

The funding for these scholarships was raised at an ATC partnership banquet in the spring of 2007 which raised more than $50,000 for outstanding students attending the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center. 

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