CLEARFIELD – National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) students at the Clearfield County Career and Technology (CCCTC) are giving back to their classmates.
NTHS students gave over $1,000 worth of prizes to students who had highest honors, honors, perfect attendance or student of the quarter for the first marking period at the CCCTC.
NTHS students earned the money by holding fundraisers and wanted to give back to the entire school by rewarding the qualities of attendance and high grades.
To be in the NTHS, students have to maintain a GPA of 93 percent or higher in their program. Advisors are Jessica McKendrick and Kate Crawford.
NTHS students, from left to right, Hudson Pase, carpentry; Hope Hess, automotive mechanics; Debbie Pritchard, culinary arts; Hannah Switala, cosmetology; and Julian Windhorst, administrative office.