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Positive Referral Program - Our Students Keep Succeeding!


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Cody Burson with Mr. Papineau
5a79d7d679954 Cody Burson Receives his Positive Referral Award from Mr. Lucas Papineau, Dean of Students.
Cody Burson Receives his Positive Referral Award from Mr. Lucas Papineau, Dean of Students.

December was a fast-space month.  There was lots of learning which needed to be complete, including final exams before leaving on Winter Break.

Even so, KACC Students exhibited wonderful effort, abilities and personal attributes leading to them receiving a positive referral from their instructor.

Of the students who received referrals, the lucky winners of our monthly Positive Referral Drawing were:

Cody Burson, Welding Student, who, according to Mr. Gall...."displayed one of the best work ethics among all of the welding students at the career center."


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Elliott Engelman with Mr. Papineau
5a79d7d679954Mr. Papineau and Elliott Engelman
Mr. Papineau and Elliott Engelman

Elliott Engleman, also a welding student, who "displayed a strong work ethic....to the extent that he has quickly progressed.

Stephen Wolf, the third winner from our random drawing, attends Automotive Technology.  His instructor, James Stafford wrote that Stephen "has done well with electrical...so much so I have asked him to be a group leader" (for second semester).


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Stephen Wolf with Mr. Papineau
5a79d7d679954Mr. Papineau and Stephen Wolf
Mr. Papineau and Stephen Wolf

Congratulations to our winners.  Most important - congratulations to all of our 29 students who earned a Positive Referral from their instructor.

See Complete list: December Positive Referrals

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PO Box 570Bourbonnais, IL 60914

815-939-4971Fax: 815-939-7598

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