Sequoyah HS Students Win at State Technology Skills Competition!
Category : CCSD
Two Sequoyah High School Automotive Technology SkillsUSA Team members placed at State competition, with one named State Champion!
Spencer Mann was named the State Champion for Automotive Service Technology at the Georgia SkillsUSA statewide competition and now is headed to the National competition in June in Louisville, Ky. For the contest, students proceeded through 10 challenges that tested their knowledge of skill areas and proper procedures. The scenarios presented as part of the challenge were a surprise to the students. The students were judged by trainers from BMW, Subaru, Honda, and Mercedes Benz.
Jacob Allred finished third in the Power Service Technology contest, which tests students’ knowledge of small engine technology through 10 stations of challenges, with judging by Honda and Briggs & Stratton trainers.
Sequoyah HS automotive technology teacher Chuck Wilson is their coach.
They will be recognized by the Cherokee County School Board and Superintendent of Schools at the School Board’s April 19 meeting.