NYS Winners Ready for National Contests!

Wilson Tech students competed at the NYS SkillsUSA contests in Syracuse where they won three first place awards, one second place award and three third place awards. The first place winners will next compete at the national SkillsUSA contests in Kansas City in June.

SkillsUSA, is a national student organization that offers leadership, citizenship and character development programs to complement the skills training that vocational students receive in career and technical programs at Wilson Tech. The competition required students to demonstrate the skills they had learned in their Tech programs. Registration is now underway for the 42 programs Tech offers for high school students. For more information about fall 2015 classes, contact the home school guidance counselor or call 631-425-9050.

Cortland Terris (Smithtown West) won first place in Carpentry.
Michael O’Toole, instructor, congratulates Karen Flood (Harborfields) and Andrew Rose (Half Hollow Hills West) who won first place in Audio Production Team.
Dylan Dell’Erba (Babylon) and Rachel Antonison (Harborfields) won second place in Digital Cinema Production Team.
Gabrielle Hazelton (Lindenhurst) won third place in Culinary Arts.
Quiz Bowl Team of John Cangro (Smithtown West), James Drago (Northport), Amanda Gordon (Lindenhurst), Gibriel Spiteri (N. Babylon) and Sydnie Wittenburg (Harborfields) won third place.
Wilson Tech students competed at the NYS SkillsUSA contests in Syracuse.