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Rye High School TSA Chapter to Attend the National Competition
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Photo by Kacie Anglin
Joseph Provenza, Courtney Proctor, and Parker Brown after earning first place at state competition for the On-Demand Film competition. Not pictured Kenin Wing. Courtney will not be attending the national competition due to conflicts.
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“Thousands of TSA (Technology Student Association) middle school and high school student members from across the country are expected to attend the 2019 National TSA Association Conference from June 28th to July 2nd at National Harbor, MD near one of the world’s most educational destinations – Washington, D.C. This year’s conference theme is ‘Model the Way,’ as TSA marks more than four decades of enhancing personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through intracurricular activities, competitions, and other programs ( “

Our local TSA chapter will be sending three students, Parker Brown, Kenin Wing, and Joseph Provenza, to the National TSA competition this summer. In order to attend the competition students must be active members in the TSA chapter and have earned a top placing at state. These three Rye High School students will compete in the On-Demand Film category, one of over 70 competitions available to students, where they earned first place at the state competition in Denver this February.

In the On-Demand Film category students are given a sentence that has to be included in their video along with three props that have to be included in the video. They are given 48 hours for the national competition to complete their video and submit it. Then they are interviewed and judged on the video quality and technical items included in the video.

This trip is very costly, with flight, hotel, registration, and food. Mrs. Kacie Anglin and Mr. Dean Carter, student advisors for the chapter, are working hard at helping fundraise so that the students can attend the competition. One such fundraiser will be held on Wednesday May 15th from 5:00-9:00 at Viktorios Pizzeria. You can purchase a ticket from one of the students, Mrs. Anglin, Mr. Carter, or come to Viktorios on May 15th.

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