Challenge Program kicks off at Brownsville

Students at Brownsville Area High School were introduced to The Challenge Program, Inc. during a kick-off assembly with the them, “Future Influencers: #WhyNotMe.” Students were introduced to local career opportunities. Throughout the year, they will be eligible to compete for financial awards in five areas linked with academic and workplace success: Attendance, Academic Improvement, Academic Excellence, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and Community Service. The business partners for Brownsville High School during the 2019-2020 school year is COE Distributing and Ford Business Machines.Five juniors and five seniors from Brownsville High School received awards.Pictured are (from left) back row: Karrie Eadie- guidance counselor; David Boyd– Ford Business Machines; Jonathan Garlow- Ford Business Machines; Jennifer Jubin- COE Distributing; Erin Pierotti- guidance counselor; front row: Sainiana Waqanivalu- Community Service and Academic Excellence; Declan Johnson- STEM; Angel Albright-Sexton- Attendance; Ashton Reposky- Community Service; Helena Harris- Attendance; Talia Dellarose- STEM and Academic Excellence. Not pictured: Eathan Steindl and Emily Keefer- Academic Improvement.

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