The Technology Student Association (TSA) hosted its largest-ever annual national conference in Orlando, Florida June 28 – July 2 at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort. Middle and high school student members competed in more than 60 competitive events based on principles and concepts learned through classroom activities and projects during the school year in Career & Technical Education STEM (science, technology,engineering and mathematics) courses. The conference celebrated the contributions of advancing technology in our society and TSA’s 35th anniversary with the theme “A Tradition of Excellence."
Among those competing were students from 16 Washington State schools. We are very proud to announce that Washington was well represented on the awards stage with 26 top ten finishers including 3 national champions.
In addition to our competitive event success, for the first time in history Washington is home to a National TSA Officer. Actually we have 2 officers. Please help me to congratulate Sai Nimmagadda from Henry M. Jackson High School who was elected as National TSA Treasurer and his brother Sri Nimmagadda who was elected National TSA Vice-President.
A complete list of the results is attached.