Woolfolk TSA students place at state technology competition
Special to The Herald
Woolfolk Middle School’s Technology Student Association competed in the State Technology Student Association (TSA) competition on March 15-16.
Eight students out of 16 were placed and were eligible to compete in the TSA National Competition.
With board approval, these eight students traveled to Nashville, Tenn. on June 21-25 to compete against thousands of other students across the nation.
This is Woolfolk’s first year association in this organization.
Students to receive awards were Alexis Nelson and Chelesa Washington. They received the Technology Honor Society Award.
Their advisor, DeLois Harber, received the Advisor of the Year award for the State of Mississippi.
“The students worked so hard this year to get to this point,” Harber said. “I tell them that we are a family, and when one wins we all win. I could not have gotten Advisor of the Year if it were not for them and such supportive parents. I look forward to next year.” Participants included Eboni Phillips, Joselyn Robinson, Alexis Nelson, Chelsea Washington, Tykelia Green, Tyler Lewis, Cameron Hopkins and Lexus Brown.