Engineering Club

Students at Engineering Club competition
Students at Engineering Club competition

Engineering club meets on Tuesdays after school in Room 12 from 2:50-3:20. Students are still welcome to attend!

This form was sent home with students from the first meeting.

Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization held in Middle Schools all across the country. During our meetings we will be practicing and preparing for competitive events in a wide range of engineering topics. Some examples are building balsa wood bridges, creating digital photographs, constructing gliders, or generating a completely new invention. Students who successfully prepare for a chosen competition have the opportunity to travel to The College of New Jersey to compete against other Middle School students from across the state. All students are welcome to attend, and not required to compete in order to participate! If you enjoy engineering, designing, and building this is the club for you!

Below is the explanation of competitions.

TSA_Competitions 18-19.pptx
TSA Competition Names 18-19

This sheet shows all the students who are signed up for competitions. Any spot where there is no name, indicates an open spot in that competition. Students who are highlighted in yellow, still owe money and can be removed from the competition.

Technical Design.pdf
Tech Bowl.pdf
Problem Solving.pdf
Leadership Strategies.pdf
Forensic Technology.pdf
Challenging Technology Issues.pdf
Career Prep.pdf
Off The Grid.pdf
STEM Animation.pdf
Structural Engineering.pdf
Inventions and Innovations.pdf
Digital Photography.pdf
Children's Stories.pdf
Mechanical Engineering.pdf
Promotional Marketing.pdf
Community Service Video.pdf