CMS students place in technology association competition

Wednesday, March 1, 2017
The Cassville Middle School Technology Student Association (TSA) recently attended its regional competition at Missouri Southern State University. The association was established this year at CMS, and is led by co-sponsors Jake Forste and Robbie Artherton. CMS student Lexi Yockey placed third in prepared speech, Ryan Yang, Shaun Gorham and Kasen Holman placed third in video game design, Jaycie Ertel placed third in childrensí stories, Quixote Gautney-Lopez placed third in forensic technology, Samantha Sparkman placed second in photography design and Zane Mebrouer placed first in technology essay. TSA membership is open to any student enrolled in Project Lead the Way courses of Robotics, Design Models or Introduction to Computer Science, as well as the non-PLTW courses of Publications and Wood Tech. Pictured in front row, from left: David Oliphant, Samantha Sparkman, Dylan Renkoski, Jonathan Oliphant and Dylan Berndt; Back row:†Lexi Yockey, Quixote Gautney-Lopez, Kasen Homan, Jaycie Ertel, Russell Dunkard, Chisum Massey, Ryan Yang, Shaun Gorham, Gavin Moore and Zane Mebrouer. Contributed photo

The Cassville Middle School Technology Student Association (TSA) recently attended its regional competition at Missouri Southern State University.