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Moore Norman Technology Center recognized 675 graduates from more than 30 career programs during the 2024 graduation ceremony. Graduates included high school students from Moore Public Schools and Norman Public Schools, homeschool, private school and adults from the Moore, Norman, and south Oklahoma City area.

The graduation ceremony was held at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Oklahoma. A recording of the special event can be viewed on the Moore Norman Technology Center YouTube channel.

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Moore Norman Technology Center receives special recognition at Oklahoma HOSA Conference.
Moore Norman Technology Center students return from Oklahoma HOSA State Leadership Conference with a total of 21 medals!
 
Our future health professionals showcased their talents at the state level across various health categories. Congratulations to our outstanding instructors and students for their stellar performance at the Oklahoma HOSA State Conference!
 
The MNTC HOSA chapter also earned a special recognition award from the American Red Cross.
 
The aim of the American Red Cross Volunteer Recognition is to inspire members to engage with the America Red Cross (ARC), to become lifelong advocates of the Red Cross, and to recognize both chapters and individual HOSA members for their participation in American Red Cross activities. The recognition for this event was based on total cumulative hours a HOSA member engaged with American Red Cross sponsored events and activities.  
 
There were 3 first place winners, 4 second place winners, and 7 third place winners. Three different instructors had students qualify for HOSA International Leadership Conference (ILC) happening later this summer.
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PLTW Distinguished School Badge
Moore Norman Technology Center has been recognized as a 2023-24 Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished School. As one of just a few hundred high schools across the U.S. to receive this honor, MNTC delivers broad access to transformative learning experiences for students through PLTW Biomedical Science and EngineeringPLTW is a national nonprofit organization that serves millions of PreK-12 students and teachers in over 12,200 schools across the U.S, aiming to make every student in every grade STEM successful. 
 
Moore Norman Technology Center is one of seven distinguished high schools in Oklahoma this year. "By offering dynamic, project-based learning experiences, PLTW has made complex concepts more accessible and relatable, encouraging students to explore their interests and pursue STEM-related career paths. As a result, our school has become known for producing graduates who are well-prepared for college and the workforce, particularly in STEM fields." stated Cole Atkinson, Director of STEM programs. 
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Abrielle Pham
Harnessing the power of both visual communication and dynamic storytelling, Abrielle Pham has walked the halls of Moore Norman Technology Center, to complete not one, but two programs. Completing both Digital Cinema and Television Production (DCTP) and Graphic Design at MNTC, Abrielle helped to accomplish her personal career goals: a flourishing career in Marketing and Advertising.
 
While at Moore Norman, Abrielle was also a part of the Careertech Student Organization - SkillsUSA. She was not only focused on gaining technical skills but also honing soft skills, leadership abilities, and teamwork. She competed for the MNTC SkillsUSA team at various levels and held both the position of President and Reporter. “The categories I competed in were life-long skills that I have continued to grow in every day. Those categories included Job Skills Demonstration, Community Service Project, and Customer Service,” Abrielle said.
 
From the onset, Abrielle realized the symbiotic relationship between the DCTP and Graphic Design programs. “I knew that both correlated with one another and being able to understand the background of each helps when producing the other,” she shares, reflecting on her immersive experience at MNTC. A series of internships including work with the Oklahoma City Energy soccer team and deadCenter Film Festival led to Abrielle landing a full-time position as a Content Creator and Community Manager with a marketing agency based out of Los Angeles.
 
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