Students Impress at NCTSA Conference 04/07/2017
Students from Mount Pleasant Middle School, Central Cabarrus High School and Jay M. Robinson High School attended and earned recognition at the North Carolina Technology Student Association State Conference on April 2-4 in Greensboro. TSA is a national organization of students engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). TSA Students use their knowledge and skills related to STEM principles to solve various problems in events like flight, on-demand video, video game design, medical technology and more.
Congratulations to the following students who placed:
Mount Pleasant Middle
1st Place Flight- Dylan Pursell
2nd Place Flight- Andrew Jiang
3rd Place Catapult Design- Abby Isenhour, Brendan Marshburn, Clay Newmyer, and Jacob Ross
3rd Place Career Prep- Max Lynch
3rd Place Tech Bowl- Andrew Jiang, Brendan Marshburn, and Dylan Pursell
Central Cabarrus High School
2nd Place Digital Video Production- Isaac Kunesh, Blaine Mercer, and Tyler Warlick
2nd Place On Demand Video- Isaac Kunesh, Blaine Mercer, Tyler Warlick, and Connor Burke
Jay M. Robinson High School
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Robinson Team A and C combined to win Gold and Silver over 24 North Carolina Schools. This is Robinson's fourth TSA state title in the past five years!
All students that placed earned an opportunity to compete at the National TSA Conference being held June 21-25 in Orlando, Florida.