TRI-CITY AREA — The area will be well represented at this year's Skills USA Michigan technology competition in Lansing.
Seventy-three students from the Lapeer County ISD's Education and Technology Center will be competing April 18-20 in Lansing.
The students will be assessed in skill performance, related academics and leadership qualities. The winners at the State level will advance to the Skills USA National Competition in Kansas City in June.
Imlay City High School student Martin Morales will be one of more than 70 Lapeer Ed-Tech students taking part in upcoming SKILLS competition. photo by Tom Wearing.
Lapeer County Ed-Tech students will also compete in the National/International DECA (marketing) conference April 25-30 in Atlanta; and the State HOSA (health occupations) conference April 17-19 in Traverse City.
Participating Ed-Tech students are enrolled at the following high schools: Almont, Dryden, Imlay City, Lapeer East, Lapeer West, North Branch, Venture High School of Imlay City and Lapeer Community.
Marina McCullen, career resources director at the Ed-Tech Center, is pleased with the large contingent of students representing the school at the various competitions.
She anticipates they will perform admirably, while showcasing the talent that exists at the Ed-Tech Center.