Three John Marshall High School Technology Student Association (TSA) representatives were able to place at the state level during the West Virginia TSA Conference.
Whitney Coffield earned second place in Promotional Design and third in Creed Recital.
Promotional Design is a category where students have to create a graphic for an event or business they are given the day of the competition. They are judged on how well their graphic fits the idea and how well it works.
TSA members who participate in the Creed Recital division are judged on how well they can recite the TSA Creed.
Sebastian Kotson and Laura Shipman placed third in Technology Problem Solving as a team. This event is where the participants are given a kit and a problem to solve within a period of time. They are judged on whether or not they can solve the problem within the time allotted.
All three Monarchs now move on to compete at the 2019 National TSA Conference, “Model the Way,” June 28 through July 2 at National Harbor near Washington, D.C.
Article written by Abi Vargo, Senior WJMH Broadcasting Student