Students Compete At WSC Industrial Technology Competition
Posted: 01 April, 2013
WAYNE - The 30th Annual Industrial Technology Competition was held March 20, 2013 on the Wayne State College campus. A total of 128 junior high and high school students from Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota took the opportunity to test their knowledge and skills. Schools attending were Chambers, David City, Gayville-Volin, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge, LeMars, Lyons-Decatur, O’Neill, Pierce, Wayne, and West Boyd. Awards were given in sixteen competition areas with 7th - 9th grades in Level 1 (L1) and 10th - 12th grades in Level 2 (L2). Students competed in construction, manufacturing, communications, and energy, power, and transportation areas. The Industrial Technology faculty and students of Wayne State College sponsored and judged the competition. Coordinator of the event was Mr. Tony Meyer, Graduate Assistant in the WSC Technology and Applied Science Department.
The Technology and Applied Science Department is within the School of Business and Technology at Wayne State College.
Award winners from Wayne: team of Curtis Moeller, Austin Keiser, Garrett Zink, Kody Frahm- 1st in Problem Solving L2; Mason Reynolds- 3rd in Technology Quiz L1; Garrett Zink- 1st in Technology Quiz L2, Austin Keiser- 2nd in Technology Quiz L2; Jacob Stenka, 2nd in Web Page Design.
Front row: Dillion McCoy, Michael Parker, Mason Reynolds, Noah Braun, Schuyler Schweers, Seth Trenhaile.
Back row: Mr. Tony Cantrell, Brandon Carpenter, Codi Reinert, Jacob Stenka, Kody Frahm, Austin Keiser, Curtis Moeller, Garrett Zink.