Local students earn Top of the Trade recognition

The following students earned Top of the Trade recognition for May 2018 at the Finger Lakes Technical and Career Center in Flint.

Bloomfield: Rachell Gangemi-Kelley, English.

CACC: Noah Forgue, farm-to-table sustainable agriculture.

Canandaigua: Vincent Contes, auto body; Elijah Dodge, conservation; Caleb Muscato, criminal justice; Arriana Seeber, health professions; Caeden Shull, criminal justice; and Quentin Wall, New Vision health therapy sciences.

Dundee: Caitlin Curran, computer technology.

Finger Lakes Secondary: Mason Offen, auto body.

Geneva: Kayla Buddle, farm-to-table sustainable agriculture; Tony George, carpentry; and Rose Pilet, education professions.

Honeoye: Kayla Card, animal science; Noah Guffey, AME Academy; and Patricia Schlenker, graphic media production.

Marcus Whitman: Grace Blankenberg, New Vision health therapy sciences; Hunter Chrysler, graphic media production; Hayden Gleason, conservation; Shawn Michael Newton, computer technology; and Cerena Tette, criminal justice.

Midlakes: Hunter Groescup, electrical trades; and Jaren Jensen, electrical trades.

Naples: Haylea Langan, culinary arts.

Penn Yan: Dustin Hotaling, auto body; Hunter Jensen, diesel; Faith Moll, culinary arts; and Andrew Rossi, criminal justice.

Victor: Jacob May, AME Academy.