Tri County Tech student, Kaylee Rolph, was recently named the Downtown Kiwanis Club’s Student of the Month for September. Rolph, a senior at Dewey Public Schools, is currently enrolled in the pre-engineering program.
“Pre-engineering has given me a hands on learning opportunity, both inside and outside the classroom,” Rolph said. “This course is preparing me for a successful career in the engineering field.”
In addition to the pre-engineering program, Rolph remains active. She has mastered the stability through multiple facets in her life such as an internship with ConocoPhillips, maintained a spot the superintendent’s honor roll, been a recipient of Dewey High School “Student of the Year” award twice, held several officer positions for various organizations, completed numerous hours of community service, and has competed at local, county, and state livestock shows.
“Kaylee is an outstanding young woman, with s o many admirable qualities,” said Brenda Jackson, pre-engineering instructor at TCT. “She is not only an exceptional student academically, but is involved in numerous extracurricular activities that she excels in. She is a super star.”
Upon graduating from Tri County Tech, Rolph will attend Oklahoma State University and is planning pursuing a degree in biosystems engineering with an agricultural focus. She would ideally like to work in an agricultural related company after college.