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posted Feb 28, 2017, 12:54 PM by Kristin Hernandez   [ updated Feb 28, 2017, 12:55 PM ]
Students at Sandia's College and Career Night.

Students and families get a hands-on look at various career opportunities at Sandia Academy's College and Career Fair. 

On Feb. 23, Sandia Academy hosted its first annual AVID-sponsored College and Career Fair. Keeping with the school’s motto, “This is how we roll…Be safe, be respectful, be responsible”, Sandia Academy rolled out another successful family event. Families learned about various local careers, as well as the steps students can take in high school and beyond to be successful.

Thank you to the following businesses, high schools and colleges for coming to speak with students and for supporting Sandia:

·       Bryen Wright, Realtor

·       Kristin Temme, Dental Hygienist

·       David Wetzel, Sports Trainer

·       Daniel Canales, Frio Lay

·       Dayna Bickmore, Fairy Tale Flowers

·       Michael Cruz, Chiropractor

·       Lisa Sanchez, Manicurist

·       Stephanie Johnson, DCB

·       Sam Stanson, Best Buy/Geek Squad

·       Danielle Heredia, Nurse,

·       Deputy Carty & Deputy McLean,VV Sheriff’s Department

·       June Monge, Big Lots Manager

·       Corey Braun, Chick-Fil-A,

·       Diane Robbins, Attorney

·       Richard Johnson,Veterinarian

·       Wanda Johnson, Nurse

·       Christopher Davy, Risk Management & Safety

·       Amy & Chris Hernandez, Author/Illustrator

·       Sid Hultquist, Apple Valley Fire Chief

·       Josh Hall, Apple Valley Animal Control

·       Kim Tatera, Coding

·       Amy Bateman & Janena Ciancio , Apple Valley High School

·       Cecilia Gabrielson & Analina Sandoval, Granite Hills High School

·       Gary Stiler, University of LaVerne

·       Cathy Spencer,CSU San Bernardino

·       Virginia Moran, Victor Valley College

“On behalf of the Sandia Academy students, parents, and staff, I would like to extend a warm thank you to all of our community members for assisting us with exposing our students to their future,” Principal Deborah Sarkesian said. “As we all know, it is never too late to begin thinking about your child’s future.”