Environmental students pass national exam

Sussex Tech landscape and environmental students pass national pesticide exam
Posted on 06/14/2021

Sussex Technical High School landscaping and environmental seniors recently earned national certification to help them in their future careers or continuing education – the third year for a 100 percent pass rate for the program. Completing their national pesticide applicator certification, administered by the Delaware Department of Agriculture, were:

 

  • Taylor Bullis of Millsboro
  • Kaitlyn Cavallucci of Milton
  • Ethan Conner of Milton
  • Cody Dimes of Seaford
  • Jaylin Haynes of Lincoln
  • Logan Miller of Milford
  • Jason Shockley of Greenwood
  • Megan Sterling of Millsboro
  • Kasyn White of Milford
  • Dayton Wootten of Laurel

 

The Landscape Management and Environmental Technologies program, under the direction of G.L. Jefferson, covers knowledge in ecology, natural resources, wildlife, wetlands, soils, plant science, forestry, and environmental law, among other topics. Career paths for graduates include environmental technician, environmental scientist, stormwater or wastewater technician, landscaper, environmental educator, biologist, nursery owner, forester, soil scientist, or entomologist, among others.

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