NC students do well in industrial arts competition | Education


North County High School Industrial Arts students who participated in the Missouri Association of Technology Educators Workshop Competition from April 21-22 at Three Rivers College achieved great results with 217 projects in various mediums. Students had 16/16 for No. 1 grades.

The 73rd Annual TEAM Industrial Technology Show was held at the Bess Activity Center at Three Rivers College. Three Rivers College has hosted the fair for over 20 years.

Savannah Hasemeier of North County, who built a “gentleman’s table” for her project, won a $2,400 scholarship. North County’s Kyle Carver won Best in Class for “End Table.”

North County’s Kyle Carver wins Best in Class for his ‘End Table’.

Three Rivers

The North County students, their grades and categories were:

  • Lane Brown, exemplary rating (1), welding
  • Tara Walters-Lynnette, Exemplary Rating (1), State Qualification, Welding
  • Kyle Carver, Exemplary Rating (1), District Division Champion for Welding, State Qualifier, Welding
  • Nevin Rodenberg, exemplary note (1), blacksmith
  • Brian Vollertsen, Exemplary Rating (1), State Qualifier, Welding
  • Tye Polston, Exemplary Rating (1), Woodworking
  • Savannah Hasemeier, Exemplary Rating (1), 2022 MoTEAM District Excellence Scholarship Winner ($500/yr), Woodworking
  • Lexi Minchew, Exemplary Rating (1), State Qualification, Woodworking
  • Abbi Skaggs, copy (1) Note, woodworking
  • Autumn Karsch, Exemplary (1) Appraisal, woodworking
  • Jake Flowers, Exemplary Rating (1), Sheet Metal Fabrication
  • Dalton Martin, exemplary dimension (1), welding
  • Cole Barnes, Exemplary Rating (1), Welding
  • Abigail Terry, Exemplary Rating (1), State Qualification, Carpentry
  • Issac Gaugel, Exemplary Ranking (1), State Qualifier, Blacksmith
  • Jacob Murphy, Exemplary Rating (1), State Qualification, Woodworking

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“The Industrial Technology Fair provides an invaluable experience for students to attend and compete,” said Heather Carlton, information systems technology instructor at Three Rivers and one of the event coordinators. “It inspires them to go all out in their work and allows them to see what other students like them are creating. The end result tends to be amazing, professional quality projects.

TEAM (Technology Education Association of Missouri) is a teacher organization affiliated with ITEEA (International Technology and Engineering Educators Association), ACTE (Association for Career and Technical Education), National TSA (Technology Student Association), and Missouri TSA. The organization focuses on supporting industrial technology educators by offering conferences, educational workshops and newsletters, curriculum, and competitive programs for students.

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