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Washington TSA Event Results – Middle School Students

Washington TSA

32nd Annual State Conference

Competition Results

Career Prep (MS)

1st Jordyn Hilton – Franklin Middle School

Flight (MS)

4th Koto Durkee – Franklin Middle School

Problem Solving (MS)

1st Elias Gomez – Franklin Middle School

1st Jorge Melchor – Franklin Middle School

Technical Design

1st Koto DurkeeĀ – Franklin Middle School

1st Jorge MelchorĀ – Franklin Middle School

 

 

 

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