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Megan Voelkerding and Ryan Hill recently were recognized as Washington Rotary Club’s student of the month for the Four Rivers Career Center and Washington High School, respectively.

Voelkerding, a senior, is in the Project Lead the Way Engineering Program at Four Rivers Career Center, where she’s a student ambassador. She’s a member of the WHS concert band and pep band and is a section leader for the band. She holds a 3.7 grade-point average and is a member of the National Honor Society.

Voelkerding plans on attending Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) in Rolla and double major in mechanical and aerospace engineering. She’s the daughter of Eric and Susan Voelkerding.

Hill, a senior at WHS, will major in chemistry in college and plans to attend Maryville University. He is a member of National Honor Society, the scholar bowl team and was named a Finalist in the 63rd Annual National Merit Scholarship Program. He is the son of Timothy Hill.

Voelkerding and Hill were presented their student of the month plaques by Nicole Coleman, Washington Rotary Club President. See the photos below.

Megan Voelkerding is presented her student of the month plaque by Nicole Coleman, Washington Rotary Club President.

Ryan Hill is presented his student of the month plaque by Nicole Coleman, Washington Rotary Club President.


The Four Rivers Career Center’s Awards Ceremony took place on Monday, May 7, in the Blue Jay Gymnasium at Washington High School.

FRCC seniors in each program were recognized. Director Andy Robinson was the master of ceremonies.

Each program had a student representative speak before receiving their certificates. Student speakers were:

*Automotive Technology – Alexis Musket

*Building Construction – Owen Buchheit

*Automotive Collision Repair – Claire Ehlenbeck

*Graphic Communications – Nathan Neely and Nathalie Rains

*CAPS Teaching Careers – Mikayla Reed

*CAPS Global Business – Morgan Holdmeyer

*Health Occupations – Dominic Dolce

*Project Lead the Way Engineering – Cameron Briggs

*Information Technology – Jeff Moore

*Machine Tool – Ben Meyer

*Welding – Gavin Taylor

A leadership award was given to students in each program. Recipients were:

*Automotive Technology – Allen Shepard

*Building Construction – Cody Horn and Joe Kimminau

*CAPS Global Business - Kailey Robinson

*Collision Repair – Blake Gale and Claire Ehlenbeck

*Graphic Communications – Lydia Juengling

*Health Occupations Washington – Danielle Rekart and Hannah Struckhoff

*Health Occupations Warrenton – Emily Brunson

*Health Occupations Wright City – Robyn Walker

*Health Occupations Pacific – Kaela Dauster and Brooke Pulliam

*Health Occupations Sullivan – Casey Roach

*Information Technology– Sam Knoppe and Bryce Downey

*Machine Tool – Ben Meyer and Jack Tyree

*Project Lead The Way Engineering– Megan Voelkerding

*Welding – Lily Seago, Robert Johnson and Eli Davolt

Scholarship winners were:

*Ray and Mary Shipley Scholarship, sponsored by Washington NAPA:

Allen Shepard and Chris Nowak

*John and Joyce Carver Career and Technical Scholarship:

Lydia Juengling, Steven Ziegler and Megan Voelkerding

*Nick and Laura Rector Automotive Collision Repair Scholarship:

Blake Gale

*Washington Optimist Scholarship:

Alexis Musket and Autumn Potter

*G&H Tool and Mold Scholarship:

Jared Clines and Andrew Hellmann

*Ridge Rodders Car Club and Pacific Car Show Partnership Committee Scholarship:
Claire Ehlenbeck

Photos from the FRCC Awards Ceremony are below.

Ray and Mary Shipley Scholarship
From left are recipient Allen Shepard, Jerry Shipley, Linda Shipley and recipient Chris Nowak.

John and Joyce Carver Career and Technical Scholarship

Front row, from left, are recipients Lydia Juengling, Steven Ziegler and Megan Voelkerding. Back row, from left, are John and Joyce Carver’s daughters Krista Carver and Rachel Carver Thacker.

Nick and Laura Rector Automotive Collision Repair Scholarship

Pictured are recipient Blake Gale, right, and FRCC collision repair instructor Robert Schulze.

Washington Optimist Scholarship

From left are FRCC Information Technology instructor and Optimist member Curt Beers and Automotive Technology recipients Autumn Potter and Alexis Musket.

G&H Tool and Mold Scholarship

From left are Pat Green of G&H Tool and Mold, recipients Jared Clines and Andrew Hellmann, and Julie Scannell of G&H Tool and Mold.

Ridge Rodders Car Club and Pacific Car Show Partnership Committee Scholarship

From left are Adam Krauss, Jim Kemp, recipient Claire Ehlenbeck, and Bob Forsche.

Student recipients of the Leadership Award, representing each program at Four Rivers Career Center.

Automotive Technology

Building Construction

Graphic Communications

Information Technology

Machine Tool


Collision Repair

CAPS Global Business

CAPS Teaching Careers

Project Lead the Way Engineering

Health Occupations Washington

Health Occupations Pacific

Health Occupations Sullivan

Health Occupations Warrenton

Health Occupations Wright City


The Night Shift class at the Four Rivers Career Center recently had fluids donated to them for their tractor restoration project by Sieveking, Inc. in High Ridge.

Sieveking, Inc. is a marketing and service oriented distributor of petroleum products to a wide range of industrial organizations in and around the St. Louis area, offering premium diesel for fleet fueling, storage tanks, or tank wagons.

The Night Shift program, led by FRCC Automotive Technology Instructor Dan Brinkmann, deals with anything to do with motors, particularly transportation – cars, trucks, tractors, motorcycles, boats, golf carts or whatever the case may be.

Students who want to be involved meet every Tuesday and Thursday during the school year at the Four Rivers Career Center from 3-7 p.m. Every session is different, and if it has a motor, the students are working on it as one of their projects.

A photo of the Night Shift students with the donated fluids is below.


A three member team from the Building Construction Class at Four Rivers Career Center competed in a National Association of Home Builders "Construction Management Contest" on Thursday April 26.

The contest was held at Payne Family Homes Offices in St Louis.

The Four Rivers Career center team won first place, competing against five other teams in five rounds. The team won a variety of tools donated by the St Louis Carpenters Union.

Four Rivers Career Center team members were seniors Logan Gratza, Justin Heggemann and Quinton Poepsel.

Instructor Garry Gerhart accompanied the team.

Members of the Building Construction Class at Four Rivers Career Center took first0place honors in a National Association of Home Builders "Construction Management Contest.” From left are Logan Gratza, Justin Heggemann, Quinton Poepsel and instructor Garry Gerhart.


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