ECMS, ECHS compete at annual TSA State Conference

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ECMS and ECHS participate in annual TSA State Conference. First row, from left, Maritza Robles, Madison Hightower, Yolanda Peralta, Natasha Barrett, Will Futral, and Lauryn Jennings. Second row, from left, Maggie Thompson, Christian Devlin, Jenna White, Hayley Conner, Jessica Exley, Mackenzie King, Kenzie Hanvey, Morgan King, and Mary Thompson. Third row, from left, Jordin Reed, Zaine Zambuto, Tyler Stretch, Kayla Sims, Danielle Teeters, Anderson Thomas, Bahsia Ennaemba, River Hardin, Laine Futral, Andrew Parten, Makalin Langford, Nick Burkey, and Landon Hicks. 


On March 12, 2014 the East Coweta Middle School and High School Technology Student Associations traveled to Athens, Georgia to compete in the annual TSA State Conference. During the competition students competed in over fifty events and were rewarded for their efforts with trophies and certificates.

East Coweta Middle School

Nick Burkey-Flight Endurance- 1st place

Hayley Conner & Mackenzie King- Technical Design- 1st place

Bahsia Ennaemba- Promotional Graphics- 2nd Place

Will Futral & Anderson Thomas-Energy Sources- 2nd Place

Nick Burkey, Will Futral & NIck Burkey- Construction Challenge- 3rd Place

Mary Thompson, Jessica Exley, Bahsia Ennaemba, Hayley Conner and Mackenzie King-Inventions and Innovations -4th place

Mackenzie King & Madison Hightower-Medical Technology Issues- 4th place

Natasha Barrett, Maritza Robles, Yolanda Peralta, & Kenzie Hanvey- STEM Animation -5th place

Kenzie Hanvey & Madison Hightower- Agriculture and Biotechnology Issues- 6th place

Chapter Team- 6th Place

Jenna White-Essays of Technology- 6th Place

Nick Burkey, Christian Devlin, & River Hardin- Geospatial Technology- 6th Place

Mary Thompson, Jessica Exley, Bahsia Ennaemba, Hayley Conner and Madison Hightower-Go Green manufacturing- 6th Place

Mary Thompson-Outstanding Student- 6th Place

Mackenzie King- Promotional Design- 6th Place

Maritza Robles, Natasha Barrett, and Yolanda Peralta- Water Infrastructure- 6th Place

Yolanda Peralta- Communication Challenge- 7th place

Mary Thompson & Jessica Exley- Problem Solving- 7th Place

Jenna White & Hayley Conner Community Service Video-8th place

River Hardin, Will Futral & Anderson Thomas- System Control Technology- 8th Place

Hayley Conner & Jenna White- Website Design- 8th Place

Mackenzie King & Mary Thompson- Environmental Focus- 9th

Natasha Barrett, Yolanda Peralta, Maritza Robles- Video Game Design- 9th

Landon Hicks & Christian Devlin- Junior Solar Sprint- 10th place

East Coweta High School

Lauryn Jennings- Career Preparation- 4th Place

Chapter Team – HS- 8th Place

Morgan King, Danielle Teeters, Lauryn Jennings, Andrew Parten- Engineering Design- 9th Place

Kayla Sims, Laine Futral and Morgan King- Manufacturing Prototype- 9th place

Tyler Stretch- Future Technology Teacher- 10th Place

Makalin Langford & Lauryn Jennings- Debating Technological Issues- 11th Place

Kayla Sims & Laine Futral Fashion Design- 12th Place

Zaine Zambuto-Computer Aided Design 2D Architecture- 14th Place





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