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TSA Competition

tsaTwelve LC Students competed in this year’s 2016 TSA Competition at SeaTac March 30th. – April 2nd.

They not only competed- “They Rocked”.  Students competed in many events and with their hard and researched work, LC placed extremely well in their events.  TSA Students worked many hours after school and many weekends, to pay their own way.

Lewis & Clark students worked in teams; here are the results at this year’s State TSA:

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ISSUES

1st Place: Citlalli Cruz, Brisa Brambila, and Daniel Montes

(Second Year in a Row)

BIOTECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE

2nd. Place: Sandy Reyes, Brisa Brambila, and Maribel Cuevas.

COMMUNITY SERVICE VIDEO

2nd. Place: Ashly Lopez, Citlalli Cruz, and Daniel Montes

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

3rd. Place: Noelia Hernandez

Citlalli Cruz, Brisa Brambila, and Daniel Montes will be attending National TSA in Opryland, Tennessee in June. Thank you…….Mr. Broom & CTE

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Open to students enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA’s membership includes over 233,000 middle and high school students in approximately 2,000 schools spanning 49 states.

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