Skyview students appreciate shared experience

The students and staff of Skyview High School’s Career Exploration classes would like to thank the following people for taking their time to come speak to our students about their careers. Through their efforts, our students are better prepared to make choices about their future careers: Dr. Ben Pontius, chiropractor from Arctic Chiropractic; Brad Janorschke, Homer Electric Association; Carmen Stephl, local dental hygienist; The Dena’ina Health Clinic; Henry Haney, Kenai Peninsula College; JoAnne Wainwright, retired Skyview teacher and certified rolfer; Peter Micciche, Alaska state senator; Shayne Pond, Emergency Room Director at Central Peninsula Hospital; Tasha Thompson, college and career guide; Teens Against Tobacco Use; Tyson Cox, plumber and property manager.

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