NPC supports The Challenge Program at Central High School

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NPC presents awards to senior students for their accomplishments

Krissa Weyant (left) represented NPC at the Central High School Senior Awards program and handed out The Challenge Program awards to five seniors from the high school (photo courtesy of Central High School).

NPC, a long-time sponsor and supporter of The Challenge Program at nearby Central High School in Martinsburg, Pennsylvania, continued this tradition at the school’s 2017 Senior Awards presentation at the end of the school year.

Krissa Weyant, Executive Assistant at NPC, presented financial incentive awards on behalf of The Challenge Program, Inc. to five senior students who excelled in the following categories:

  • Devon Mountain (Attendance)
  • Tre Butler (STEM – Science Technology Engineering and Math)
  • Damian Shawn (Community Service)
  • Autumn Birge (Academic Improvement)
  • Hannah Cole (Academic Excellence).

Congratulations to this year’s award recipients.

“It is always a great day when you get to reward students for all of their hard work,” said Sara Deyarmin, Senior Program Development Manager at The Challenge Program, Inc. “Our program would not be able to motivate students to develop successful habits without the support and friendship of partners like NPC.”

The Challenge Program

NPC is a business partner of The Challenge Program, a program to build sustainable business/education partnerships while introducing students to careers in their communities. The program encourages the academic advancement of all students, focusing on grades 10-12, by challenging students to challenge themselves.

Learn more about The Challenge Program

NPC also sponsored and presented the Business Award and the Varsity Sports Blanket Award at the Central High School Senior Awards program. The Business Award is given to a student who possesses a strong work ethic, dedication to learning new skills, a positive attitude, and effective communication skills. The Varsity Blanket Award is given to the student who has demonstrated great leadership and sportsmanship qualities that enhance the endeavors of their team.

NPC participated in Central’s Fall Orientation Assembly to start the 2016-17 school year, and sponsored an NPC facility tour in the spring for students interested in engineering.

Click here to learn more about The Challenge Program.