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Sofia Calderon, Reporter

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On April 17, 2019, Fayetteville Public Schools held it’s first-ever CTE signing day event for seniors entering the workforce full-time in a CTE certified profession or students who have received a scholarship to pursue a post-secondary education in a CTE program.

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Dr. Dostal announces the seniors choice in the CTE signing ceremony.

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Lauren Dowden chose to continue her education at Louisiana Tech University.

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Elizabeth Stevens chose to continue her education at the University of Missouri.

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Megan Gillespie chose to continue her education in the CTE path at Oklahoma State University.

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Shaye Soderquist chose to attend Dury University.

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Anthony Aguilar, Antaven Stephens, Cody Stewart, and Cole Rutledge (left to right) all decided to work for Marrs Electric once they graduate.

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Piper Buckner (Left) and Jacob Cowan (right) have both decided to attend Northwest Arkansas Community College.

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Soleil Parker (left) and Karla Montiel (right) chose to also take their CTE path at Northwest Arkansas Community College.

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Brett Helms chose to go to the University of Central Arkansas.

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Ethan Adkins will go in Multi-Craft Contractors once he graduates.

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Brendan Stukenborg chose to go to John Brown University.

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Rachel Johnson chose Arkansas State University to continue her career in CTE.

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Bo Bartlett (left) and Gary Carroll (right) both chose to go straight to work at Electrical Journeyman when they graduate.

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Alivia Beesler will continue her CTE path at the Academy of Professional Cosmetology.

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Meredith Boogaart chose Arkansas Tech University to go to once she graduates.

Cali Stevens decided to enter the U.S. Air Force once she graduates.

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Benjamin Hankins decided to go to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.

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Parker Evatt, Ava Gilmer, Kyrie Potter, Garrett Whitehead, and Emily Terry (left to right) chose to go to the University of Arkansas to continue in the CTE path.

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Students gather to support their fellow classmates and friends in their signing.

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Mr. Frisby (left) and Ms. Cameron (right) are recognized as two of many CTE teachers.

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