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Motlow awards Technology Certificates to eight
Earning Mechatronics certificates from Motlow are Warren County High School students, front row, from left, Matthew Turner, Sloan Montandon, David Romero Silva and Valerie Hubert. Back row, CTE director Tracy Risinger, Tyler Connolly, Alex Ellis, Wyatt Miller and Mechatronics instructor Melissa Paz. Alex Yates is not pictured.
The Mechatronics Technology Certificate of Credit from Motlow State Community College was awarded to eight students this year at Warren County High School. In order to receive this certificate of credit the student must complete four college classes which equates to 16 college credits and maintain at least a 2.0 GPA in order to have the ability to take the Siemens Level 1 test to become a certified Siemens Mechatronics System Assistant. Said instructor Melissa Paz, “I am so proud of these students for completing these four college classes as well as completing the requirements needed to graduate from Warren County High School.