FFA officer team met for training to cover issues and challenges in the upcoming school year. Students made a year long timeline and enhanced leadership skills.
Five Bradley Central High School students and eight Walker Valley High School students will represent Bradley County at Skills USA and HOSA National Leadership Conferences this week. The students qualified after winning a spot through state competitions at the Gold or Silver Level. Students in Skills USA will spend a week in Louisville, KY competing in Broadcast News Production, Automated Manufacturing Technology, and CNC Milling. HOSA students will compete in Medical Innovation in Dallas Texas. Bradley County Schools Career and Technical Department is very proud of the efforts and successes of this group of students. BEST WISHES for success at the next level!
|Career Technical Student Organization||Winner Name||Contest||Award|
|SkillsUSA||Patrick Moats||Broadcast News Production||Gold Medalist|
|SkillsUSA||Mary Beth Mangrum||Broadcast News Production||Gold Medalist|
|SkillsUSA||Tara Davis||Broadcast News Production||Gold Medalist|
|SkillsUSA||Nash Wooten||Broadcast News Production||Gold Medalist|
|SkillsUSA||Corbin Day||Automated Manufacturing Technology||Gold Medalist|
|SkillsUSA||Brandon Solsbee||Automated Manufacturing Technology||Gold Medalist|
|SkillsUSA||Matthew Stuckey||Automated Manufacturing Technology||Gold Medalist|
|HOSA||Ali Davis||Medical Innovation||2nd place|
|HOSA||Olivia Runion||Medical Innovation||2nd place|
|HOSA||Morgan Silver||Medical Innovation||2nd place|
|SkillsUSA||Jacob Garrett||CNC Milling||Gold Medalist|