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Lebanon High School Seniors Participate in Trades Signing Celebration

LHS Trades Signing


Six Lebanon High School seniors were recognized during a Trades Signing Celebration held at Lebanon High School on May 9.  The event was coordinated by Lebanon High School in partnership with the Boone County Economic Development Corporation (Boone EDC) and the Boone County Chamber of Commerce.


"As educators, it is our duty to guide our students towards successful and fulfilling futures. The Trades Signing Celebration at our school provides a platform to acknowledge and celebrate the career choices of our students who decided to enroll in a trade school or apprenticeship program, pursue full-time employment, or enlist in a military branch of service,” said Kristen Scott, Career Engagement Coordinator at Lebanon Community School Corporation.  “It's incredibly inspiring to see these students take a proactive approach to their futures and pursue opportunities that align with their passions and strengths.”


Each student was recognized and signed a Workforce Ready certificate. To participate in the signing event the student must be entering the workforce, enrolled in a certification, training or apprenticeship program, attending a vocational or trade school, or enlisted in the US Armed Forces upon graduation.


Participating students included:

Landon Bailey, US Army

Jake Gordon, Lincoln College of Technology

Asher Klooz, Army National Guard

Flor Reyes, US Air Force

Nicholas Stewart, Boone County Sheriff’s Office

Michael Strode, Boone County Sheriff’s Office