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Education Notes
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Thirty-four graduates of allied health care programs are among the 56 students from 11 counties receiving diplomas following completion of the summer trimester at the Tennessee Technology Center at McMinnville.
The practical nursing class includes 10 Warren County residents: Christopher Chesshire, Misty Criddle, Monica Earley, Sheila Fann, Lori Foster, Keysha Jaco, Aaron Knight, Melinda Saunders, Laura Warner and Emily Young. Medical assistant graduates are Kayla Bond and Joanie Walker.
Graduates of other programs include Ethan Foster and Alex Rollins, automotive technology; Jessica Mathews and Rebecca Warner, business systems technology; Matt Gulick and Jared Winfrey, computer information technology; Tyler Clark and Charles Smith, industrial maintenance; and Marty Judd, welding.
TTC graduates complete programs in 12 to 20 months. Students must make satisfactory progress in academics and attendance each term. Fall trimester begins Thursday, Sept. 1.
Rampp inducted
into medical school
Robert D. Rampp was recently inducted into the first year medical school class at the UT Health Science Center’s White Coat Ceremony in Memphis. He is a graduate of Warren County High School and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Lipscomb University’s Honor College with a bachelor of science degree in biology. He is the son of Dr. Randal and Donna Rampp of McMinnville.