This year’s graduates are, from left: front row – Renetta Shaw and Sandra Luna, both of South Johnston High School; Jessica Ibarra-Alamos, Smithfield-Selma High; Katie Skinner, Cleveland High; Lindsay Barnes, West Johnston High; and Shanika Daniels, North Johnston; and back row – Robin Braswell, Early College Academy; Raequan Smith, Smithfield-Selma; Tyler Ricks, Princeton High; Robert Wilson, West Johnston High; Dillon Bolding, Corinth Holders High; Dylan Bradford, Cleveland; John Fang, Neuse Charter School; Logan Jancuska, Clayton; and Peyton Whitley, Princeton.
This year’s graduates are, from left: front row – Renetta Shaw and Sandra Luna, both of South Johnston High School; Jessica Ibarra-Alamos, Smithfield-Selma High; Katie Skinner, Cleveland High; Lindsay Barnes, West Johnston High; and Shanika Daniels, North Johnston; and back row – Robin Braswell, Early College Academy; Raequan Smith, Smithfield-Selma; Tyler Ricks, Princeton High; Robert Wilson, West Johnston High; Dillon Bolding, Corinth Holders High; Dylan Bradford, Cleveland; John Fang, Neuse Charter School; Logan Jancuska, Clayton; and Peyton Whitley, Princeton. WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CENTER
This year’s graduates are, from left: front row – Renetta Shaw and Sandra Luna, both of South Johnston High School; Jessica Ibarra-Alamos, Smithfield-Selma High; Katie Skinner, Cleveland High; Lindsay Barnes, West Johnston High; and Shanika Daniels, North Johnston; and back row – Robin Braswell, Early College Academy; Raequan Smith, Smithfield-Selma; Tyler Ricks, Princeton High; Robert Wilson, West Johnston High; Dillon Bolding, Corinth Holders High; Dylan Bradford, Cleveland; John Fang, Neuse Charter School; Logan Jancuska, Clayton; and Peyton Whitley, Princeton. WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Junior leaders complete training

August 18, 2014 07:06 AM

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