Willsboro senior Lee Sloper, center, during the SkillsUSA awards ceremony in the small engine category. Sloper will advance to Kansas City to compete at the national competition.
Photo by Keith Lobdell.
continued SkillsUSA is a student leadership organization for students training in trade, industrial and health occupations. CV-TEC students participated in career and technical education competitions focusing on their particular trade area and in leadership competitions including Job Interview and Promotional Bulletin Board.
Overall, six CV-TEC students were presented with medals at the competition.
“I would like to thank the Board of Education and our administration for their continued support of SkillsUSA, and our amazing instructors for doing such a wonderful job preparing our students for this event,” Sherry Snow Business Teacher, CV-TEC and Co-Lead Advisor, SkillsUSA, said. “Many thanks also goes to the SkillsUSA advisor team which consisted of Lori Ducharme, Betsy Morrow, Mark Brown, Michael Guillette, and Dana Grant; your dedication to our students and organization was very much appreciated, and made the trip an outstanding success.”