CCHS & CCMS TSA at nationals

Led by their advisor Jessica Ramsey, thirty nine middle school and twenty-six high school students, a total of sixty-five students, boarded two yellow school buses and headed to victory. TSA is the Technology Students Association. TSA is a student organization where students work and learn about STEM, or the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The competitions are all strategy, problem solving or researched based. Each of the students worked many hours perfecting their projects. Their hard work and dedication paid off. This year’s conference theme was Model the Way, and our students certainly have Modeled The Way for success. Clay County Middle captured nine first place, ten second place, and nine third place victories. Clay County High School had all twenty-six students place, capturing three first place, six second place, and three third place finishes. Clay Middle was also recognized as a LEAP Legacy Chapter finalist and earned the right to compete at the National TSA Conference for Outstanding LEAP Legacy Chapter. In total, twenty-one middle school students and twelve high school students earned the honor of attending the national TSA…



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