Kudos to the students at Case, Horlick and Park high schools! They participated in the 44th annual Wisconsin SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference on April 25 and 26 in Madison, a CTE leadership and technical skills competition.
Case High School
Jordan Bloemers earned first place in Welding. This will earn him an invitation to Nationals in Louisville, KY.
- Amanda Kemper earned first place in the Facilithon Challenge. She earned an invitation to Nationals in Louisville, KY.
- David Cervantes earned second place in diesel repair.
- Seth Coronado earned a second place in CNC machining.
- Mickey Meredith earned third place in advertising design where he designed his own creative business cards and brochures.
- Amanda Kemper and Dwight Holley earned third place in Urban Search and Rescue. They worked as a team to navigate a course with a wireless robot in record time.
Horlick High School
Gerardo Erder earned first place in Job Demonstration (A) presenting Autodesk Inventor Mechanical 3-D Loft-Assembly design. Gerardo also earned a trip to the National SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, KY. Gerardo will represent the state of Wisconsin competing in the area of Job Demonstration (A).
- Kaitlyan Faust earned second place in Job Demonstration (A) presenting Autodesk Inventor Mechanical 3D-CAD Coil Assembly design.
Park High School
Cruz Avila, Gilberto Lopez and Raishein Thomas won first place in the Community Service competition for their work on their Tiny Home for veterans. This will also earn them an invitation to Nationals in Louisville, KY.
- Joe Krueger placed first in the $150 and over category for Woodworking
- Luis Guereca placed second in the $150 and over category for Woodworking.
- Jayden Norton placed first in the in the $50-$150 category for Woodworking
- Mitchell Jaeck placed second in the $50-$150 category for Woodworking.
- Christian Ferguson placed 3rd in the under $50 category for Woodworking.
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