Congratulations to all the medalists in the 2018 SkillsUSA state competition held April 19-22, 2018, in Ontario, California. SPHS students consistently perform at very high levels showcasing their career leadership and technical skills. Here are the results:
Action Skills - Henry Balding
Community Service - Liz Osoy, Sebastian Chinen, Brandon Lee
Occupational Health and Safety - Dhruv Vansadia, Natalie Terhune, Valeriya Smaliy
Interactive Game Design - Damian Ugalde, Max Wilder-Smith
Robotics Urban Search and Rescue - Max Yee, Micah Mekhitarian
Entreprenuership - Christian Brewster, Jessica Lat, James Carl Schwab, Matthew Wolf
Career Pathways Showcase - Jolene Lee, Talulla Chow, Luyang Zhang
Screen Printing - Archer Willems
Outstanding Chapter - Drew Sevilla, Mollie Parker, Damian Ugalde
Introductory Advertising - Alex Mariano
While at the conference, twenty-one members served as delegates and voted on constitutional amendments in meetings chaired by SkillsUSA California High School President and South Pasadena member, Victoria Venardi. Additionally, the SPHS Chapter was awarded Gold Level in the Chapter of Excellence competition.
Other notable results include:
Damian Ugalde and Mollie Parker were elected to represent California in the SkillsUSA National Delegation.
Erin Soohoo placed third in the logo design competition and her design appeared on every brochure and electronic display.
Ryan Chavez placed second in logo design and his design appeared on over 3000 t-shirts. It will also be the official state shirt for California team for the 2018 National Competition in Louisville.
Six students earned the SkillsUSA Statesman Award: Liz Osoy, Sebastian Chinen, Dhruv Vansadia, Max Wilder-Smith, Natalie Terhune, Valeriya Smaliy.
For more information, contact: South Pasadena Unified School District, Office of the Superintendent, firstname.lastname@example.org