Spring Hill Middle School Technology Students Association participated in the Southwest Regional TSA Conference at McDougle Middle School in Chapel Hill Saturday February 27, 2016.
Fourteen students participated in the conference and received medallions for their efforts:
- 1st Place Tech Bowl: Victor Stoneburner, Camryn Massey, and Victor Gordon
- 1st Place Challenging Technology Issues – Team 1 (Debating): Te’Asa McCoy and Victor Gordon
- 1st Place Chapter Team (Parliamentary Procedures): Chancellor Byrd, Victor Gordon, Zetanya Bostic Victor Stoneburner, Caleb Smith, and Te’Asa McCoy
- 2nd Place Joseph Alec Hough: Promoting Marketing
- 3rd Place Prepared Speech – “Building A Legacy” Camryn Massey
- 3rd Place Medical Technology (Gluten Feed Foods Apps) – Hinson Peed and Matthew Patterson
- 3rd Place Challenging Technology Issues Team 2 (Debating): Chancellor Byrd and Caleb Smith.
Other students participating in the conference were Jada McClennahan, Children Stories and Problem Solving, Jayden Grant researching Genetically Modified Food and Problem-Solving, Anthony Reynolds, Problem-solving, and D’Averia Johnson Inventions and Innovations.
Spring Hill TSA members worked very hard at the conference and we congratulate them for a job well done. We are also thankful for Mr. Ron Grant, our TSA parent adviser for traveling with the club to Chapel Hill.
Camryn Massey is the TSA president and Dr. Carolyn Banks is the TSA adviser at Spring Hill Middle School.