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Annex Student of Year Named
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Monday, April 29, 2019
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Dylan Steenbergen has been named as the 2018-19 Shelbyville Central High School Career-Technical Education Student of the Year. Dylan was nominated for the award by his Marketing Instructor, Mr. Sam Blevins. Within the Marketing Education Program of Study, Dylan has completed courses in Introduction to Business & Marketing, Marketing I, Marketing II, Supply Chain Management, and Work-Based Learning; he maintained an “A” average in all of these classes.

 

Dylan has been a three-year member of FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) where he has served as President. Dylan placed 7th in the nation at FBLA National Conference in the area of Professional Selling. Dylan has been a four-year member of DECA (An Association of Marketing Students) where he has served as Vice-President and earned the right to attend two DECA National Conferences. Through his Marketing courses, Dylan has passed the Motlow Dual-Credit Exam which earned him college credit while still in high school.

 

As part of the SCHS Work-Based Learning program Dylan works 20+ hours each week at Entersource as a sales agent where he applies the skills that he has learned through four years of Marketing courses at the SCHS CTE Annex. Dylan has volunteered to help out the Marketing program at the Freshman open house and the American Legion/FBLA fundraiser as well.

 

According to his Marketing Instructor, Mr. Sam Blevins, “Dylan steps up as a leader anytime that he is asked to support the Marketing program”. SCHS CTE Annex Administrator, Mr. Michael McCoin, also expressed his appreciation for Dylan leading the Pledge of Allegiance each morning this school year at the SCHS CTE Annex.

 

Dylan is the son of Adam and Erin Forsee. Dylan will be attending Middle Tennessee State University in the fall for a degree in Marketing.

 

The qualifications for SCHS CTE Student of the Year are as follows:

-Student must be a graduating Senior.

-Student must be nominated by their CTE instructor.

-Student must complete 3 classes in their CTE Program Area.

-Student must maintain at least a “B” average in their CTE classes.

-Student must regularly model positive behavior and good attendance.

-Student should have accomplished at least one of the following:

-served as a club officer

-participated at District, State, or National Competition

-demonstrated a high level of proficiency in their CTE program area

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