Brier Terrace Middle School will hold a regional competition January 19th from 9-3. They will have Structures, Video game design and Problem solving for events. Event is open to the first 100 registered participants. Cost is $15 per person which includes a pancake breakfast, lunch, and materials. Participants must bring their own super glue for Structures. This competition is open to schools outside the Edmonds School District. Email Todd Johnston at email@example.com to register.
Stanton Academy in Yakima is hosting a regional qualifying TSA competition on January 19, 2019. The following events will be offered - Photographic Technology, VEX Robotics, Board Game Design, Children’s Stories, Prepared Presentation, Extemporaneous Speech
This is an Edmonds School District Regional Competition for Edmonds School District only. Events will be doing Structures, CO2 Cars, Video Game Design, and Mousetrap cars. Cost $15 per person. Contact Todd Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Early registration for Advisors will open on December 1, 2018. Regular registration for students and advisors will open on January 1, 2019. Only currently affiliated TSA chapters are eligible to participate in the State Conference. Students must qualify to attend the State Conference. Contact WTSA Exec. Dir. Jennifer Smith for more details at email@example.com.
Registration is open for all participants at https://www.registermychapter.com/tsa/wa.
Registration will close on February 14, 2018.
Cost: $285 per student, $375/$475 regular advisor cost (shared or single room)
If you try to register, and receive a Financial Block message, contact Jennifer Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org resolve the issue.
Register to purchase an Observer Pass for Friday, March 23, at the WTSA State Conference
The Washington State Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs), Washington Association of Career & Technical Education, and OSPI Career & Technical Education Staff invite Career & Technical Education Students and their teachers to attend the Annual CTE Student Leadership Civic Engagement Day at the State Capital. This unique opportunity allows student leaders from across the State of Washington to learn about state government and showcase CTE Programs while developing their leadership skills.
Architectural Design, Biotechnology Design, Children’s Stories, Debating Technological Issues, Digital Video Production, Engineering Design, Essays on Technology, Fashion Design, Flight Endurance, Music Production, On Demand Video (prompt will be published on Wednesday, Jan 3rd), Photo Technology, Promotional Graphics, Technology Problem Solving
Cost is $10 per student, pizza for lunch