Tech students ready to move forward

Kaitlyn Case – Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The LRHS Technology Student Association (TSA) has officially kicked off 2021-2022.

Members are preparing for their district competition which will be held at Braden River High School on Saturday, Nov. 13. Mustangs will compete in twelve events including on-demand video, prepared presentation, dragster, and structure.

Secretary junior Anna Miller stated, “I’m currently working on the chapter team which is basically a demonstration of a parliamentary procedure and a biotechnology design where we are trying to reduce blue green algae along coasts.”

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Miller joined TSA in the sixth grade due to her interest in technology as well as encouragement from her math teacher. Miller’s two older sisters spoke highly of their experiences in the LRHS chapter.

Miller continued, “Right now I’m most looking forward to nationals because it is always held somewhere fun. It is also super cool to meet kids from other states who are doing the same events as me.”

Technology teacher and TSA adviser Bryan Richards said, “Other than supervising, TSA is a student run organization ran primarily by its officers.”

On Wednesday, Oct. 20, the officers of TSA will attend a leadership conference where they will focus on team bonding skills, meeting other chapter leaders, and learning about their roles in TSA leadership.