Jannatul Omma Faria was recognized on Tuesday, January 10, as the January VGHS Career & Technical Education (CTE) Student of the Month during the district's Governing Board meeting. Jannatul was nominated by her CTE Culinary Arts teacher, Mrs. Amanda Evans. “Jannatul is a very good student. She comes to class prepared and enthusiastic to learn daily. Jannatul has a wonderful attitude toward others, learning, and being a good steward. She is always in class early and stays late to help with cleaning the dishes from a previous class. Her integrity and leadership skills stand out far above the rest of her peers. Jannatul places great effort and has excellent character through compassion, honesty, trustworthiness, optimism, and responsibilities. She demonstrates respect for teachers and peers. Jannatul shows excellent behavior when the clock is down to the last few minutes of class; she stays cool, calm, and collective until the task at hand is complete, free of errors, of great quality, and pleasing to the taste. She can follow the directions enough where she is able to lead in her group. Integrity is her name, and it shows in all the work that she prepares. Jannatul demonstrates self-discipline, diligence, and punctuality, and is extremely courteous to her entire team. She is the cook you want on your team if you want to be a winner. Jannatul is a WINNER!” Jannatul’s parents are Mr. Bari Ad Abdul and Ms. Mosammat Ferdoushi Began of Arizona City, Arizona. Over 1,600 students are enrolled in thirteen different Career & Technical Education programs throughout the Casa Grande Union High School District. Each month, a different CTE program nominates a deserving student for this honor. For past recipients, visit www.cguhsd.org/CTE.aspx. For more information about the VGHS CTE program, visit www.cguhsd.org/vgCTE.aspx.