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Congratulations to Warwick’s first group of Criminal Justice program participants

on June 13, 2017

Criminal Justice CTE students recognized at “WVHS Career & Technical Education Student Recognition Ceremony”

Recently, high school and District administrators celebrated the first CTE Student Recognition Ceremony to be held in the District, as 16 students completed their participation in the Criminal Justice program, taught by Eduardo Avila.

group of 16 students

WVHS Criminal Justice students stand with WVHS teachers Marilyn Brozycki and Eduardo Avila, and Dr. Larry Washington, Principal

After introductions and speakers, the following students were presented with certificates for completion of the high school’s Criminal Justice program: Austin Ball, Kieran Boudreau, Michael Demetroules, Claire Hazard, Ryan Lowe, Robert Jay Martinez, Stephen Nehus, Robert Percival, Carson Racanelli, Justin Roman, Matthew Roman, Victoria Roasado, Mason Schuller, Ricardo Torres Jr., Joseph Urgo and Daniel Wright

Character Award

7 recipients of the Character AwardThe following students received the Character Award:

Michael Demetroules 
Ryan Lowe 
Robert Jay Martinez 
Stephen Nehus
Carson Racanelli
Mason Schuller
Joseph Urgo

students with FEMA certificatesFEMA Certification

The following students received FEMA Certification:

Michael Demetroules
Claire Hazard 
Ryan Lowe 
Robert Jay Martinez 
Stephen Nehus
Robert Percival
Justin Roman
Victoria Rosado
Ricardo Torres Jr.

four studentsAcademic Achievement Award

Stephen Nehus

Leadership Award

Michael Demetroules

Citizenship Award

Carson Racanelli

Merit Award

Victoria Roasado

Congratulations to all the students and their families!


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