Six Berryville High School seniors and Connect 4 students received letters of intent to hire from various local and regional businesses during a Career Placement Signing Day ceremony for graduates of the program on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at the Carroll County Career Center in Berryville. Receiving letters were (seated, from left) Dylan Sperduto to Tyson Foods, Jace Walker to Nomad Piping & Fabrication, Anthony McClellan to Wilson Combat, Tanner Rosales to Silver Dollar City, (second row, from left) Adam Lovell to Tyson Foods and Shane Newby to Tyson Foods. Also on hand for the ceremony were (back, from left) Mike Armstrong and Aric Palmer of Tyson, Charlie Walker of Nomad Piping & Fabrication, Duane Wormington of Wilson Combat, John Zajac of Silver Dollar City, and John Henry of Nomad Piping & Fabrication. The Connect 4 program offers junior and senior students from the Berryville, Eureka Springs and Green Forest school districts the opportunity to pursue a technical education during the school day, with an eye toward industrial maintenance, machining, welding, robotics and electrical work.
Robert Cox / Carroll County News