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CTE Pathway Award

Olivia Thomas, Campus Reporter

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Morgan McClellan was awarded the CTE Pathway award. She plans to go to Butler Community College in the Spring of 2016 and get her Associate’s degree and from there transfer to Pittsburgh State.  The career she has chosen to pursue revolves around Early Childhood development.

She is very involved in the Career and technical student organization (CTSO) and Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) for about 2 years now. “These programs have made it very clear to me that I  have a strong love and passion for children.”

Mrs. McGinley nominated Morgan for this award. She felt that she deserved it, “Morgan has a gift at working with people of all ages, ability levels, and backgrounds.”

After Morgan graduates college, she plans to be a Family and Consumers Science teacher.

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