In the past, TSA has been more about independent work and learning on your own. This year will be different. Mrs. Vanyo says, “I’m in charge, and I would like every student to have an opportunity to participate in local competitions as well as the state competition. I would like everyone to have a chance to attend state.” There is a large amount of things TSA covers. From car racing, to problem solving, all the way to fashion design. Students from the high school and middle school alike are part of TSA.
Mrs. Vanyo says she would like everyone to know: “Everyone is welcome. TSA is NOT just for students interested in technology. We have events such as children's stories, fashion merchandising, debate, knowledge bowls, racing, and flight. There is something for everyone. You will be allowed to work on your project at varied times as Vanyo pretty much lives at school.” TSA this year looks to have a lot of promise for new participants, as well as the old. The changes this year include the chance for students to be more productive and show the best of themselves.
The first competition is not until January, so time to prepare is vital. TSA members would like to see some new faces, and if anyone is interested, see Mrs. Vanyo at anytime. If there you would like to know more about TSA, talk to Mrs. Vanyo or any member of TSA.