DACC students win gold at SkillsUSA contest


Some Delaware Area Career Center students were among the more than 6,000 students participating in the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23. Above, from left to right, are Owen Murdock, Colten Didion and Ashley Stephens, DACC students who were celebrating after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Chapter Display” from SkillsUSA. The students had to set up a display and one student had to present information about the display in a presentation/interview with judges. Below, Luke Brenning, a DACC student, poses with his electronics instructor and Skills USA mentor, Jim Poole, after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Principles of Engineering & Technology.” Brenning had to demonstrate and explain a technical concept to judges.


Courtesy photos | Delaware Area Career Center

Some Delaware Area Career Center students were among the more than 6,000 students participating in the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23. Above, from left to right, are Owen Murdock, Colten Didion and Ashley Stephens, DACC students who were celebrating after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Chapter Display” from SkillsUSA. The students had to set up a display and one student had to present information about the display in a presentation/interview with judges. Below, Luke Brenning, a DACC student, poses with his electronics instructor and Skills USA mentor, Jim Poole, after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Principles of Engineering & Technology.” Brenning had to demonstrate and explain a technical concept to judges.


Courtesy photos | Delaware Area Career Center

Some Delaware Area Career Center students were among the more than 6,000 students participating in the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23. Above, from left to right, are Owen Murdock, Colten Didion and Ashley Stephens, DACC students who were celebrating after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Chapter Display” from SkillsUSA. The students had to set up a display and one student had to present information about the display in a presentation/interview with judges. Below, Luke Brenning, a DACC student, poses with his electronics instructor and Skills USA mentor, Jim Poole, after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Principles of Engineering & Technology.” Brenning had to demonstrate and explain a technical concept to judges.

Some Delaware Area Career Center students were among the more than 6,000 students participating in the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23. Above, from left to right, are Owen Murdock, Colten Didion and Ashley Stephens, DACC students who were celebrating after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Chapter Display” from SkillsUSA. The students had to set up a display and one student had to present information about the display in a presentation/interview with judges. Below, Luke Brenning, a DACC student, poses with his electronics instructor and Skills USA mentor, Jim Poole, after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Principles of Engineering & Technology.” Brenning had to demonstrate and explain a technical concept to judges.

Some Delaware Area Career Center students were among the more than 6,000 students participating in the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23. Above, from left to right, are Owen Murdock, Colten Didion and Ashley Stephens, DACC students who were celebrating after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Chapter Display” from SkillsUSA. The students had to set up a display and one student had to present information about the display in a presentation/interview with judges. Below, Luke Brenning, a DACC student, poses with his electronics instructor and Skills USA mentor, Jim Poole, after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Principles of Engineering & Technology.” Brenning had to demonstrate and explain a technical concept to judges.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ChapterDisplay.jpgSome Delaware Area Career Center students were among the more than 6,000 students participating in the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23. Above, from left to right, are Owen Murdock, Colten Didion and Ashley Stephens, DACC students who were celebrating after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Chapter Display” from SkillsUSA. The students had to set up a display and one student had to present information about the display in a presentation/interview with judges. Below, Luke Brenning, a DACC student, poses with his electronics instructor and Skills USA mentor, Jim Poole, after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Principles of Engineering & Technology.” Brenning had to demonstrate and explain a technical concept to judges. Courtesy photos | Delaware Area Career Center

Some Delaware Area Career Center students were among the more than 6,000 students participating in the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23. Above, from left to right, are Owen Murdock, Colten Didion and Ashley Stephens, DACC students who were celebrating after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Chapter Display” from SkillsUSA. The students had to set up a display and one student had to present information about the display in a presentation/interview with judges. Below, Luke Brenning, a DACC student, poses with his electronics instructor and Skills USA mentor, Jim Poole, after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Principles of Engineering & Technology.” Brenning had to demonstrate and explain a technical concept to judges.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_PrinciplesOfTechnology.jpgSome Delaware Area Career Center students were among the more than 6,000 students participating in the SkillsUSA Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 22-23. Above, from left to right, are Owen Murdock, Colten Didion and Ashley Stephens, DACC students who were celebrating after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Chapter Display” from SkillsUSA. The students had to set up a display and one student had to present information about the display in a presentation/interview with judges. Below, Luke Brenning, a DACC student, poses with his electronics instructor and Skills USA mentor, Jim Poole, after being awarded the high school gold medal in “Principles of Engineering & Technology.” Brenning had to demonstrate and explain a technical concept to judges. Courtesy photos | Delaware Area Career Center
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