Published on Monday, April 2, 2012 by The Norseman Staff
Students from autotech, cosmetology, and A/V production competed in the state SkillsUSA events in Corpus Christi where their skills were tested against some of the best in the state.
Five student short films advanced to the competition.
Seniors Geoffrey Baker and August Hargett; Film: “Unknowing”; Rating: Superior
Juniors Brian Jones and Cooper Powell; Film: “Facing the Battle”; Rating: Excellent
Sophomores Rhonda Burnette and Cain Miller; Film: “Gone But Not Forgotten”; Rating: Excellent
Sophomore Mollie Von Boskirk and junior Montgomery Boston; Film: “Life Isn’t All Cupcakes and Icing”; Rating: Good
Sophomores Josh Sweed and Nick Marino; Film: “The Man in the Sky”; Rating: Honorable Mention
Advance Automotive Service Technology Jobs
1st Place – Senior Jay Moreland & junior Hayden Campbell scored a 100 on their oil pump replacement job
1st Place – Senior Joe Guillen scored a perfect 100 on his rear brake job repair
1st Place – Seniors Edward Carbajal & Armando Bravo scored a perfect 100 on their Wheel Alignment repair job
1st Place – Froilan Galvan scored a perfect 100 on his rear tail light electrical repair
The BHS Chapter earned the Superior Rating Award for all teams scoring 100s.
Moreland and Guillen Ranked in the top 25 students in the State of Texas for hands on Auto Service.
Model: Destiny Lewis
(Individual) Job Exhibit Projects Qualified for State: Superior
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