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Two Students Qualify for TSA Nationals
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Anna Montalbano after winning 3rd place
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The high school boys getting ready for the opening ceremony. Back row: Brock Roman, Brady Dickerson, Josh Garner, Parker Brown, Nick Razey, and Michael Hillier. Front row: Riley Prichard, Wyatt Willis, Kenin Wing, Carlos Maybry and Kyle Freeburg
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Anna Montalbano and Schon Moore both qualified for Nationals at the state TSA competition. Anna took third place in photographic technology and Schon Moore, who is an eighth grader from Craver Middle School, also took third place in the dragster competition.

In this yearís TSA state competition, we had ten students from Craver Middle School and 18 students from Rye High School participate. Each student participated in different competitions that are individual and team events. The state competition was at the Marriot Hotel in the Denver Tech Center. The competition took place from February 23rd thru the 25th. This competition is held every year for the TSA students, where they show off their science, engineering, math, art, and music abilities.

The students all enjoyed themselves at the competition and learned more about the different competitions and how to change their projects to better them for next year. Emma Romine and Audrey Himmelberg both competed in the rat trap race, where they were able to get their rat trap car across the finish line but learned that there are other ways to create the car so that it will go faster. Markus Anglin and Grace Lesser, both Craver students, made it to the top 12 in the digital photography contest. While, Schonís car was the fastest car at the state competition.

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