Central Tech inducted 162 students into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) during ceremonies in April and May at both the Drumright and Sapulpa campuses. This year Central Tech is delighted to have two recipients of the prestigious Jon H. Poteat Scholarship. Nathaniel Adamson of Sapulpa and Elizabeth Meridith of Mannford were two of 225 outstanding NTHS members chosen to receive the $1,000 scholarship.

The Jon H. Poteat scholarship, named in honor and memory of the co-founder of the Society, is awarded annually to NTHS members who consistently exemplify the seven character attributes of the National Technical Honor Society – Skill, Honesty, Service, Responsibility, Scholarship, Citizenship, and Leadership. Congratulations to Nathaniel Adamson for this prestigious award.

NTHS.org explains the purpose and benefits of being part of this elite group: “The National Technical Honor Society honors the achievements of top career and technical education students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce. For over 30 years, NTHS has been the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. NTHS strives to bring well deserved recognition, scholarship opportunities, and career opportunities to students who excel in one of the 108 career and technical educational fields as their profession.”

Central Tech is proud to have so many students eligible to be included in the school’s chapter. Congratulations to all the inductees!

Jon H. Poteat scholarship winner Nathaniel Adamson of Sapulpa.
Jon H. Poteat scholarship winner Elizabeth Merideth of Mannford.
Row 1 (L to R)—Sara Jackson (Stroud), Summer Baker (Depew), Mattie Wood (Depew), Precious Alexander (Depew), Ashlyn Bales (Davenport), Baylie Brown (Kellyville)
Row 2 (L to R)—Mya Bennett (Depew), Brooklyn Childress (Bristow), Raena Jones (Bristow), Madison Barrett (Bristow), Emily Christianson (Depew)
Row 3 (L to R)—Brittany Ostrum (Depew), Shayln Proctor (Depew), Lindsey Losey (Sapulpa)
Row 4 (L to R)—Nicholas Forrester (Davenport), Austin Wilcox (Sapulpa), Myrriah Scullawl (Tulsa), Samuel Lawson (Mounds)
Row 1 (L to R)—Elizabeth Meridith (Mannford), Makayla Wilbourn (Mannford), Hunter Shipley (Mannford), Kylie Wilson (Cleveland), Kye-Breann Abbott (Mannford), Payton Fack (Cleveland)
Row 2 (L to R)—Morgan Winton (Sand Springs), Micah Davis (Sand Springs), Jerika Brown (Cleveland), Lauryn McCracken (Terlton), Kalie Bazzle (Cleveland), Angel Corral (Mannford)
Row 3 (L to R)—Corbin Allen (Terlton), Wesley Hart (Cleveland), Austin Conner (Cleveland), Patrick Surrett (Hominy), Dylan Brumfield (Hominy)
Row 4 (L to R)—Kyle Babbitt (Hominy), Caleb O’Neal (Cleveland), William Peterson (Cleveland), Timothy Baalman (Mannford)
Row 5 (L to R)—Brandon Bazzle (Cleveland), Jacob Jones (Cleveland), Matt Shinn (Mannford)
Row 1 (L to R)—Alexandria Moore (Jennings), Morgan Mueggenborg (Yale), Garret McCracken (Jennings), Becca Bridwell (Oilton), Lorraine Carlberg (Olive)
Row 2 (L to R)—Alyssa Miller (Shamrock), Lily Wells (Cushing), Jeri Dodson (Jennings)
Row 3 (L to R)—Alyssa Hull (Drumright), DeAsia Furrh (Oilton), Andria Hammock (Mannford), John Wilsie (Drumright)
Row 4 (L to R)—Justin Ford (Oilton), Mason Moore (Yale), Rusty Sisco (Jennings), Hunter Hodson (Mannford), Micah Baker (Jennings)
Row 1 (L to R)—Skyler Fairbanks (Cushing), Lani Howard (Cushing), Kelsey Leverich (Cushing), Jamie Tarver (Drumright), Bailey Harmon (Cushing)
Row 2 (L to R)—Aubrey Duncan (Cushing), Kayla Dees (Cushing), Jessica Baker (Cushing), Darrell Phillips (Cushing)
Row 3 (L to R)—Holden Combs (Cushing), Daniel Franklin (Cushing)
Row 4 (L to R)—Michael Ames (Stillwater), Jared Hubble (Cushing), Shane Robison (Ripley), Jacob Ames (Stillwater)
Row 1 (L to R)—Molli Pruitt (Sapulpa), Justin White (Sapulpa), Colton Parnosky (Sapulpa)
Row 2 (L to R)—Bishop Long (Sapulpa), Nicholas Hall (Kellyville), Nathaniel Adamson (Sapulpa), April Wright (Sapulpa), Alex Bina (Sapulpa), Tarron Hurley (Kellyville), Micaila Holland (Sapulpa), Tina Johnson (Kellyville), Katlyn Yocham (Kellyville)
Row 3 (L to R)—Brent Byrd (Kellyville), Britnie Exendine (Sapulpa), Becki Chavez (Kellyville), Makaylah Ledbetter (Sapulpa)
Row 4 (L to R)—Courtney Canales (Kellyville), Diana Lopez (Sapulpa), Alexandra Miller (Sapulpa)
Row 5 (L to R)—Alena Moore (Sapulpa), Cameron Sisney (Kellyville), Allis Barnett (Sapulpa)
Row 6 (L to R)—Kyle Wickham (Sapulpa), Jesse Glenn (Sapulpa), Kyle McCallum (Sapulpa)
Row 1 (L to R)—Danielle Watkins (Kiefer), Jessica Squire (Kiefer), Becki Chavez (Kellyville), Monica Hernandez (Mounds)
Row 2 (L to R)—BreAnn Smith (Mannford), Abigail Bailey (Mannford), Miranda Brashear (Sapulpa), Katelyn Ragsdale (Bethany)
Row 3 (L to R)—Keilor Walton (Mounds), Devan “Brice” Choate (Kiefer)
Row 4 (L to R)—John Hendrix (Bristow), Evan Shaw (Sapulpa), Caleb Bauer (Sand Springs)