The Alma High School Technology Student Association competed at the River Valley Tech Challenge at Arkansas Tech University on January 17. Alma High School won the Overall High School Award. 27 students competed in various categories that focus on STEM such as on the spot coding, CAD engineering, children's stories, CO2 dragsters, debating technological issues, on the spot problem solving, photographic technology, webmaster, and VEX robotics just to name a few. TSA is a national career tech student organization for students wanting to pursue a future in STEM. Students will compete at the state competition in April.
Congratulations to the following students for placing at the Technology Student Association River Valley Tech Challenge.
Alena Flurry- Photography
Colton Atha and Zach Matheny- VEX Robotics
Jenna Beard, Chesnee Ellifrits, KaeLea Little, Elyssa Mansell, and Teagan Marks- Children's Story
Nathan Gibson- Dragster Design
Alex Partlow- Dragster Design
Zach Matheny and Terrance Meinardus- Problem Solving
Landon Medlock- Extemporaneous speech
Johnathan Morgan- Promotional Graphics
Jenna Beard, Adrienne Holland, and Bryzen Kimes- Architectural Design
Landon Medlock, Alex Partlow, Nathan Plummer, and Malaki Rodgers- Webmaster
Nathan Plummer- CAD Engineering
Terrance Meinardus- Dragster Design
Drake Love and Caden Sossoman- Problem Solving
Dalton Hubler- Extemporaneous speech
Kalek Jackson- Music Production
Alma High School also won the Overall School Award.