For the first time, Lima Senior High School will have students competing at the National SkillsUSA competition.
Below are the two projects that earned gold and qualified for the national contest:
Career Pathway Showcase – Health Sciences: Tianna Williams, Jhanea Gilbert and Neveah Sheeter
Outstanding Chapter: Kaylyn Donovan, Myla Harper and Rain Burklund
Also placing in the regional competition were:
Health Occupations Portfolio, Bronze (third place): Jamia Wicker
Community Service Project, Bronze (third place): Ariah Allen-Little, Itenisha Barnett and Quanasia Bagley
Also, Lima Senior’s SkillsUSA Chapter submitted a Level 2 Outstanding Chapter application and received a Bronze award for the application. The school was recognized by the state at the awards ceremony.
Lima Senior’s SkillsUSA students are in the Patient Care, Auto Tech, Engineering, Welding and Construction Trades career tech programs.