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Technology minded: Cedarcrest students headed to national conference

Members of Cedarcrest High School’s Technology Student Association show off their winning trophies at the state conference this spring in Bellevue. - Courtesy photo
Members of Cedarcrest High School’s Technology Student Association show off their winning trophies at the state conference this spring in Bellevue.
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This spring, Cedarcrest High School members of the Technology Student Association competed at the TSA State Conference in Bellevue.

Cedarcrest students competed in such categories as fashion design, music production, video game design and promotional graphics, earning several first, second and third place rankings in both individual and team events.

TSA Advisor Tim Kennedy said, “Even qualifying to compete at state can be passionately fought over among Cedarcrest TSA students, and of the nine students who wished to compete in photography at the state conference, the chapter is only allowed to take three.”

The following students competed: Becca Bramwell, first place in photography; Madison Spaulding, second place in photography; Steven Leonti, first place in promotional graphics; Matt Chasengnou, third place, essay on technology; Emily Rule, Aleah Young and Bella Tate, second place, team fashion design; Rule and Owen Bostrom, second place, manufacturing prototype; Devon Young, first place, music production; Al Knox, Seth Young, Bryce Caros, Bramwell, and Alex Nurse, second place, on-demand video; Keaton Estes, Eric James, Aaron Shell, and D. Young, third place, on-demand video; and Keaton Estes, Eric James and Chasengnou, third place, video game design.

Many of the students will represent Cedarcrest and Washington State in the TSA National Conference in Nashville, Tenn., this June.

 

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