Hart District Students Win Automotive Awards
Three students from the Hart School District’s Automotive Systems Diagnostics, Service and Repair pathway were awarded $500 cash awards by Dave Reeves of Reeves Complete Auto Center in Canyon Country.
Canyon’s Ben Goosens, Hart’s Garrett Cole and Saugus’s Hailee Corrington were chosen by their instructors because of how they distinguished themselves in the automotive classroom.
Reeves, a business partner with the District’s Career and College Readiness Department advising the pathway, explained his purpose for providing the awards is to support and encourage the future careers of these students.
“I have a desire to honor students who worked really hard in their automotive programs at their schools,” he said. “I enjoy helping people so I’m glad to help these students.”
The Systems Diagnostics, Service, and Repair pathway prepares students for post secondary education and employment in the transportation industry, which includes, but is not limited to, motor vehicles, rail systems, marine applications, and small-engine and specialty equipment.
For more information about the automotive and other pathways at the Hart School District, go to www.PathwayToMyFuture.org.
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