35 qualify for state in SkillsUSA from Scott Tech

Saturday, April 1, 2017
A total of 35 students from the Scott Regional Technology Center in Monett qualified for state competition in SkillsUSA at the recent district-level contests, held in Monett. Advancing from the morning classes, from left, are: Deedra Howard, culinary arts, Monett; Ambreia Brattin, culinary arts, Pierce City; Chase McLain, Graphic communications, Miller; Destiney Hatley, graphics, Miller; Katilyn Anderson, construction, Monett; Shelton Smith, construction, Southwest; Nikky Christy, early childhood careers, Cassville; Jordi Garcia, early childhood careers, Monett; Grace Haase, graphics, Pierce City; Christen Hendersen, culinary arts, Pierce City. Contributed photo

A total of 35 students from the Scott Regional Technology Center in Monett qualified for state competition in SkillsUSA at the recent district-level contests, held in Monett

Qualifying for state in SkillsUSA from the afternoon classes at the Scott Regional Technology Center, front row from left, are: Natalie Wages, graphics, Monett; Brianna Vanderallan, early childhood education, Aurora. Deedra Howard, culinary arts, Monett; Audria Conn, culinary arts, Aurora. Back row: Travis Wentz, welding, Monett; Ryan Test, graphics, Cassville; Devin Paynter, graphics, Monett; Jesus Rodriguez, construction, Monett; Daniel Harris, construction, Wheaton; Tate Banks, construction, Wheaton; Trevor Prewitt, construction, Monett; Kyler Gray, auto tech, Monett; Brianna Granados, childcare, Purdy; Joshua Verde, culinary arts, Cassville; Jasmine Bickford, culinary arts, Cassville; Chastine Winkler, culinary arts, Aurora. State contests will be held April 7 and 8 at State Technical College in Linn. Beth Garrett is the SkillsUSA advisor at Scott Tech. Contributed photo