Come check out our Summer Leadership Conference for 2015 at Kayak Point Park in Stanwood, Washington. Your newly appointed State Officers will lead the activities for the day. The fun starts at 12pm followed by a BBQ hosted by your Board of Directors at 4pm. Registration will be available here shortly. We will also offer online credit card payment this year. Look forward to seeing everyone there!
Results from our 21st annual Spring Symposium and State Competition have been reviewed. They are posted here for your viewing pleasure. Thank you for your patience. Click on "Events and Activities." Check out Spring Symposium/Competition Results.
2015 WCTSMA National Qualifiers
Auburn Mt. View
Alternates for Medium Schools:
Monroe, Bremerton, Eastmont, Edmonds-Woodway, Lynnwood, Kentlake
Issaquah High School impressed many with their third straight title in dominating fashion.
Look for more details to be posted soon on all testing that took place at the 21st annual Spring Symposium and State Competition in Spokane last weekend. State Officers were announced along with two new State Presidents. Pictures and official announcements to follow.
Over 800 WCTSMA members are expected to converge on the Spokane Convention Center today 4/24/15. With support staff, exhibitors, and guests our association expects over 1000 participants at this year's Spring Symposium and State Competition. This year marks the 21st annual meeting slated to start at 9am this morning. Leadership activities start this morning with testing this afternoon. Tomorrow is busy with all day testing followed by our closing awards ceremony.
Student Leaders from Yelm were requested by OSPI to testify before the House Education Committee. Their role was to show how applied, hands-on learning in the CTE classroom connects to community and career activities through Career and Technical Studeent Leadership Organizations (CTSOs). Calli Hyder, FFA President; Allise Jackson, Sports Medicine President; and Joe Donan, Robotics President; showed tremendous poise and articulated how these programs give students opportunities at local, state, and national competitions. In addition, they shared how being a part of CTSOs have insipred them to make a difference in our community. Quite proud of these terrific student leaders.
State participants are invited for a special guided tour of EWU and the ATEP facilities in Cheney Thursday April 23, 2015 at 2pm sharp. EWU students and staff will take WCTSMA participants through a rotational tour of their facilities prior to our State Competition. Space is limited. Please RSVP with Larry Howe, Executive Director before 4/14/15 to reserve a spot for your team.