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Holden qualifies for TSA nationals

posted Apr 22, 2019, 7:06 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated Apr 22, 2019, 4:34 PM ]
Seven students from Bartlesville High School, along with sponsor Jeremy Hanks, attended the Oklahoma Technology Student Association state conference in Norman on April 10-12, 2019. The students competed in five different areas. Ravyn Holden qualified for nationals with her 3rd Place in Essays on Technology. The national conference will be in Washington, DC in late June and early July.

Emory Courtney, Towanda Cronk, Emma Griffin, and Konnor Hackler designed an entry for Board Game Design which Troy Carter and Emma Griffin presented in an interview at the conference, earning 5th Place. Emma also earned 5th Place in Photographic Technology. Students also competed in Children's Stories and Biotechnology Design.

Students from both Central and Madison middle schools also attended, with four students from Central qualifying to compete at nationals
Towanda Cronk, Presley Burch, Emma Griffin, Konnor Hackler, Carlie Pool, Ravyn Holden, Troy Carter, and sponsor Jeremy Hanks represented BHS at the TSA state conference; Ravyn qualified for nationals with her Essay on Technology.

Board Game Design team

Troy Carter, Emma Griffin, Towanda Cronk, and Konnor Hackler with the Board Game Design entry which earned 5th Place.