The Delaware Technology Student Association (DE TSA) attended the 34th Annual National Technology Student Association Conference in Nashville, Tennessee from June 21-25. Eighty students competed in 110 individual and 65 team competitive events such as CAD Engineering, Fashion Design, On Demand Video, Promotional Graphics, Manufacturing Prototype, Structural Engineering, Technical Sketching and Application, Flight Endurance, Video Game Design, Inventions & Innovations, Leadership Strategies and more.
Conference Honors and Highlights
o Delaware TSA was honored for raising nearly $87,903 for the American Cancer Society.
o The American Cancer Society (ACS) recognized Concord High School with the Platinum Award for earning over $500. Mount Pleasant High School and P.S. duPont Middle School were also recognized with Purple Awards from ACS for earning over $40,000 each.
o Steven Vanderloo of Concord TSA was honored with the Dr. Bob Hanson Distinguished Student Award.
o Jordan Estock from Concord High School was named Chapter Advisor of the Year. (Mr. Estock is pictured at the far right of the photo below.)
o Monideepa Chatterjee, Bridgette Spritz, and Steven Vanderloo were inducted into the Technology Honor Society.
National Competitive Results
8th Place – Manufacturing Prototype, Concord High School
9th Place – Music Production, Mount Pleasant High School
10th Place – Debating Technological Issues, Concord High School
10th Place – Music Production, Concord High School
Participating Brandywine School District schools included
Concord's TSA team at the national conference
See full press release on: http://detsa.org/events/2012-nationals