Thursday, March 17, 2016

Congratulations State Competition Winners!!!

Congratulations to the students that placed in the SkillsUSA State Competition in Jackson on March 3, 2016.  Thirteen of these students who placed First in the State Competition will advance to the national competition at the Skills USA National Leadership & Skills Conference in Louisville, KY in June.



3rd Place – CNC/Lathe Turning – Charner Estes & 2nd Place – CNC Milling - Austin Reeves



3rd Place – Welding Sculpture  - Kyle Jones



2nd Place – Power Equipment Technology – Seth Cumberland


1st Place  - Welding Fabrication Team
Clark Sullivan
Brady Griffith
Drew Fulcher



1st Place -  Sheet Metal – Josh Watkins



1st Place  - Individual Welding – Brody Burchfield


1st Place – Plumbing – Cameron Miller


1st Place – Opening & Closing Team – Charlessia Mays, Tytiana Wraggs, Kwas Glenn, KeDarius Holmes, Joseph Berry, Romance Perry, & Marika Riddle

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

STAR STUDENTS

Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center Star Students –

Outstanding students or “STAR” students were recently selected at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center.  Each teacher selects an outstanding first year student and an outstanding second-year student from their program for the nine-week term.  These students are selected on performance, attitude, work ethic, and potential for success in their career field. 

1st Block  - Kadarrius Triplett, Automotive Tech II; Mikayla Sullivan, Culinary Arts I; Abby Sullivan, Teacher Academy II; Chris Frazier, Carpentry II, Leah Woods, Health Science II; Joshua Watkins, Welding II; Miranda Barnhill, Forestry II; Turquoise Johnson, Ag Power II; Jasmine Popec, Simulation and Animation Design II, Ladasia Harmon, Career Pathway Experience
2nd Block - RJ Pierce, Forestry I; Austin Swindle, Welding I; Malyka Nunn, Ag Power I; Charles Lampley, Simulation and Animation and Design I
3rd Block - Tyrese Triplett, Automotive Tech I; Adrienne Forsythe, Health Science I, Zaire Wraggs, Teacher Academy I; Anfernee Hunt, Construction I