Three E. C. Glass High School students attended the state SkillsUSA Leadership Conference and Skills Championship in April and placed in the top three in their event:
Carson Wood - 1st place - Related Technical Math
Caleb Slaughter - 2nd place - Technical Drafting
Nathan Hansen - 3rd place - Architectural Drafting
Carson Wood will advance to the National SkillsUSA Leadership Conference and Skills Championship in June in Louisville, Kentucky.
Also, several Culinary Arts students showcased their skills at the FCCLA State Leadership Conference this month as well. Students earned four-year renewable scholarships in addition to numerous medals and awards.
Career Investigation Event
Lale Fleshman - 4th place
Zaire Shelton - 5th place
Career Portfolio & Exhibit Events
Alexis Ward - 4th place
Amanda Bersch - 1st place; Scholarships - $4000 to Culinary Institute of Virginia; $8000 to Sullivan University
Halie Hatcher - 3rd place; Scholarships - $2000 to Culinary Institute of Virginia, $8000 to Sullivan University
Classic Knife Cuts and Chicken Fabrication
Ai'sha Jones - 2nd place; Scholarships - $3000 to Culinary Institute of Virginia; $5000 to Sullivan University
Camrin Jefferson & Corwin Wright - 3rd place; Scholarship - $2000 to Johnson & Wales University
Lashaunte Trent, Rashaud Anderson & Briana Rice - 5th place
Live Culinary Arts Event
Corean Carrington, Skylar Carter & Javontay Wells - Silver medal
Quashanda Brown, Devonte Dammones & Radzmina Jakaria - Bronze medal
Auguste Escoffier Award for Excellence in Culinary Arts - awarded to three participants in the Live Arts event who demonstrate competitive graciousness, resourcefulness, motivation and resilience, and team spirit, among other things.
Skylar Carter - 1st place; $5000 scholarship to the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts.
All scholarships are four-year renewable scholarships.