It’s cool to be No. 1; Six AHS students now Certified Assistant Refrigeration Operators; first in nation to do so

The refrigeration class at Azle High School – including those who recently became Certified Assistant Refrigeration Operators (CARO) – gathers around a compressor: (l-r) Trevor Armstrong, refrigeration teacher Marcos Braz, Adrian Faughn, Jaedan Pritchard, CARO Blake Burgess, CARO Brandon Graeber, CARO Gage Bass, CARO Nathan Davis, CARO Chris Utech, AHS physics teacher Don May, Spencer Roberts, and Duane Blobaum. CARO Kaylen Holmesly is in front.

Nurse, lawyer, doctor, firefighter, police officer, astronaut.
Most kids, when asked what they want to be when they group up, might not answer “refrigeration operator.”
But a program in Azle High School’s Career and Technology Education (CTE) department, taught by Marcos Braz of MRBRAZ and Associates, in conjunction with AHS physics teacher Don May, is making a career in the refrigeration industry a real possibility for a number of students.


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