Our student’s hard work has paid off. Their skills were tested this week in Tulsa at the state Skills USA Leadership and Skills Conference. SkillsUSA is an amazing asset for Tri County Tech students. Its regional, state, and national competitions offer the chance to hone skills while competing against other students. And more than that, each competition offers a scholarship to the winner. Tri County Tech is proud to announce that 6 students brought home medals.
Graphics Communications Technology
Chole Eide – Bronze/3rd in Graphic Communications (Bartlesville High School – Secondary)
Danielle Ramirez – Bronze/3rd in Graphic Imaging Sublimation (Home School -Secondary)
Anthony Mora – Bronze/3rd in Graphic Communications (Post Secondary)
Precision Machining Operating
Jaden Charbonneau – Bronze/3rd in CNC Milling (Bartlesville High School – Secondary)
Seth Day – Silver/2nd in Commercial Baking (Post Secondary)
Tessa White – Gold/1st in Esthetics (Bartlesville High School – Secondary); she will advance to Nationals in Louisville, KY 6/25-6/30
SkillsUSA is not an extracurricular activity like a drama club or a basketball team. Students are motivated to excel as they acquire job and leadership skills; to understand the democratic process through their local chapter work; to work together to improve school, workplace, and community; and to earn individual recognition for both skill and leadership achievement.