As reported in the Carroll County Times, Marjorie Lohnes, supervisor of Career and Technology Education for Carroll County Public Schools since 1993, has been selected as the recipient of the Outstanding Secondary Distinguished Service Award. The award is part of the Career and Technology Education Awards of Excellence program sponsored by the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Career and College Readiness.
As described by the Times,
Under her leadership, Carroll County has implemented many programs of study that provide students with cutting-edge career and technology education in areas including engineering, biomedical sciences, health professions, finance, agriscience, teacher education, and the culinary arts. During her tenure, the Carroll County Career and Technology Center was named a national model school for Project Lead the Way Engineering and Biomedical Sciences, and the Manufacturing and Machine Technologies program was the first NIMS accredited facility in Maryland.
For more information, see the full story from the Carroll County Times.