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District Students Excel at State SkillsUSA Competition

Students from the district’s high schools participated in the State Skills USA Competitions held April 17-19 in Tacoma.  The results were as follows:

Cabinet Making (Advisor Ray Cyr)

Caleb Garland   1st Place       Davis

Rachel DeLong   5th Place       Davis

 

Early Childhood Education (Advisors Heather Bulfinch and Terri Phillips)

Maria Torres    1st Place       Davis

(Maria also received a $500 scholarship to Bates Technical College)

Lizett Sanchez  3rd Place       Stanton

(Lizett also received a $300 scholarship to Bates Technical College)

 

Action Skills (Advisor Kathy Thomas)

Cortnie Harrington      3rd Place       Davis

Photography (Advisor Sally Tonkin)

Skyler Ketcham  1st Place       Davis

 

Power Equipment Technology (Advisor Steve Clear)

Jacob Ruland    5th Place       Ike

Israel Parsons  9th Place       Ike

 

Urban Search & Rescue (Advisor Steve Clear)

Jared Lafollett 3rd Place       Ike

Nathan Ruland   3rd Place       Ike

 

 

In addition to the student honors, Davis teacher Kathy Thomas was named 2013-14 SkillsUSA Washington Advisor of the Year and Kelby Hauff of Davis was elected a 2014-15 State Officer.

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