St. Clare Walker TSA students earn numerous national awards
|Members of the St. Clare Walker Middle School Technology Students Association (TSA) include, front row from left, Saylor Jensen, Sierra Funk and Autumn Ortman; second row, Danielle Jones, Cole Radabaugh, Brooke Daniel and Cole Ruark; third row, Kevin Horton, Clayton Weston, Jack Ruark and Amber Daughtry; and back row, Tyler Radabaugh, Jerry Lindsey and Chloe Hodges.|
The St. Clare Walker (SCW) Middle School Technology Student Association (TSA) competed at the 2014 National TSA Conference in National Harbor, Maryland. More than 6,500 students from across the nation competed at the annual conference held from June 27-July 1 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center.
Middle school and high school TSA members competed in more than 60 competitive events based on principles and concepts learned through projects during the school year in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects.
Students also were able to participate in leadership training sessions, career and education fairs, STEM educational products and services demonstrations, and a national service project for the American Cancer Society.
Please contact SCW and MHS TSA Advisor Matthew Short at to be added to the 2014-15 mailing list to receive updates on fund-raising efforts throughout the school year, or call 804-758-2561.
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