Alyssa Faes, a senior at CHS and Culinary Arts student, was nominated by her LCTC Culinary Arts instructor, Elaine Mallahan, and Lily McGuire, a senior at CHS and Health Science student was nominated by her LCTC English instructor, Sherry Marose.

Lake Career and Technical Center hosted its Student of the Month luncheon on November 15. Two students, Alyssa Faes and Lily McGuire, were selected as the recipients. Sydney Brell, one of LCTC’s September recipients was also recognized since she was unable to attend last month’s luncheon.

Alyssa Faes, a senior at Camdenton High School and Culinary Arts student, was nominated by her LCTC Culinary Arts instructor, Elaine Mallahan.

Mallahan stated “Alysa has proven herself to be a consistently standout student. She has successfully participated in both the ProStart and SkillsUSA Culinary competitions. Alyssa’s intelligence, stellar work ethic, and solid professionalism will be missed as she is graduating at semester.”

Alyssa is an A+ tutor and past champion in ProStart and won second in district SkillsUSA culinary arts competition last spring. Alyssa plans to continue her studies in Business & Management. Alyssa is the daughter of Steve and Mandy Faes.

Lily McGuire, a senior at Camdenton High School and Health Science student was nominated by her LCTC English instructor, Sherry Marose.

Marose stated, “Lily is conscientious about completing her assignments and producing quality work. Lily collaborates well with others and offers assistance to those who may be struggling. Lily is a positive example for her peers in the classroom. “

Lily participates in tennis and HOSA, earned her Certified Nurse’s Assistant certification (CNA) last school year, and is currently participating in the LCTC Allied Health Career Development course where she is able to intern and gain invaluable real-life work experience. Lily plans to be a surgery technician. Lily is the daughter of Shawn Truitt.

The Osage Community Elks Lodge #2705 sponsors the Student of the Month award. Nova Dunn from the Elks was present at the luncheon and was able to acknowledge the students’ accomplishments.