MTHS co-op students for school year selected

Staff Writer
Woodford Times
They are, front row, from left, Kenzie Gramm, Germtown Hills Elementary School; Aaliyah Pierce, RiverPlex; and Sam Heiden, MTHS main office. Middle row, Noah Upp, MTHS technology office; Jenny Saathoff, Snyder Village; and Isabelle Danner, MGS grade school. Back row, Erin Ryan, IGA; Hayla Gerkin, Subway; Hannah Marchand, PALS preschool; Joanna Anglin, Teegarden Veterinary Clinic; Laton Schneltzer, Subway; Maddie DesJardins, Sonshine Portrait Design; and Audrey Ryan, Goodfield State Bank. Not picture, Jordanne Bale, Little Oaks Child Care.

The Metamora Township High School co-op students for the 2014-15 school year are in. The Cooperative Vocational Education program allows students to work half a day and then go to school for the other half.

“I like to try to place students with an employer that aligns with their career interest, though some students want to be able to work and earn money to save up for next year.  If we didn’t have the business community’s support, this program wouldn’t be possible,” Katy James of MTHS said.