( Dover, DE.) The Delaware Technology Student Association (TSA) consisting of approximately 70 people including students, advisors, parents and volunteers participated in the recently held National TSA Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
Mount Pleasant High School and Hanby Middle School, both in the Brandywine School District, were recognized for outstanding contributions to the American Cancer Society (ACS). Due to their extraordinary efforts in raising funds for the ACS, as well as the efforts of other TSA members, Delaware was recognized for the largest contribution by a state to the ACS. Hanby Middle School also received the Chapter Excellence Award.
Mr. Jim Medved was individually recognized as the Middle School Advisor of the Year for Delaware while Dr. John Brown was recognized as the High School Advisor of the Year.
The following are individuals or teams that placed in the top ten during TSA competition:
1st Computer Aided Design 2D, Architectural Michael Breckenridge, Lake Forest HS
7th Technical Sketching and Application Elizabeth Sauerbrunn, Concord HS
10th Career Challenge Vamsi Matta, Springer MS
4th Communications Challenge Steven Vanderloo, Hanby MS
8th Dragster Design Challenge Kyle Savitch, Hanby MS
4th Technical Design Challenge Manisha Yarlagadda, Postlethwait MS
9th Technical Design Challenge Christine Sauerbrunn, Hanby MS
9th Technology Bowl – Written Nathan Massouda, Hanby MS
7th TSA Multimedia Katie Pierson, Postlethwait MS
2nd Construction Systems Team – Lake Forest HS
3rd System Control Technology Team – Brandywine HS
4th Technology Bowl – Oral Team – Hanby MS
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