Warren County Schools and Vance Granville Community College held a special Student Recognition Ceremony to honor the students in the Medical Science Academy at Warren County High School that completed the Pharmacy Tech and Nurse Assistant programs in the Fall 2020 session. A total of 18 students were recognized for their work.
Nurse Assistant students that completed the program.
Jacqueline Mejia - Rojas
Pharmacy Tech students, their instructor, Dr. Erica Fleming, and Career Development Coordinator, Odessa Perry
Dr. Levy Brown, Vice President of Learning, Student Engagement and Success presented remarks to the group.
Dr. Mary l. Young, Superintendent, Warren County Schools provided remarks to the students and attendees.
Lyndon Hall, Dean, K-12 Partnerships, Warren Campus introduced the keynote speaker for the evening
The keynote speaker was Mrs. Angela Thomas, Dean, School of Health Sciences
Each student was presented a pin and certificates from Vance Granville Community College and Warren County Schools.
Students re-entered the room after all certificates and pins were presented
Dr. Linda Mason, Assistant Superintendent for Warren County Schools provided the closing remarks.
Vance Granville Community College President, Rachel Desmarais congratulated the students and their parents for their hard work.
Everyone was invited to a reception after the ceremony was completed.