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KTC Represents at State Level

May 18, 2011

KTC Opening and Closing Team (L-R): Monica Mosely, Mika Edwards, Bridget Moton, Taylor Howard, Instructor Shelly Callicoat, RoxAnne Prater, Madison Poore, and Faith Mincher placed 3rd in the State SkillsUSA Opening and Closing Competition.

Kiamichi Technology Center – Atoka Campus students won numerous regional contests, qualifying them for the State SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Competition. The State SkillsUSA Conference was held in Tulsa on May 1st -3rd. Competing at the state level in leadership competitions were Lindsey Chitwood, Adult Job Interview; Daniel Womack, High School Extemporaneous Speech; Morgan Devora, High School Job Interview; Quiz Bowl Team Takia Alexander, Jacob Callicoat, Kendall Lane, Shelby Payne, and Roni Hamilton; and Opening and Closing Team Taylor Howard, Mika Edwards, Faith Mincher, Monica Mosely, Bridget Moton, Madison Poore, and RoxAnne Prater.

Competing in Skills Competitions at State were the following: Cosmetology (Instructor, Shelly Callicoat) – Lindsey Chitwood, Jennifer Morris, Faith Mincher and Mika Edwards; Carpentry (Instructor, Jim Marley) – John Miller and Adam Jobe; Welding (Instructor, Jody Goodson) – Chris Valeri; Computer Networking Technology (Instructor, Laurie Ables) – Austin Brown, Adam Idell and Christie Robertson.

Competitors placing in the top three in the state were honored on stage in front of thousands. Walking on stage to represent KTC – Atoka were: Daniel Womack- 3rd Place, High School Extemporaneous Speech; Jennifer Morris – 2nd Place, Adult Hair; and 3rd place Opening and Closing Team (Taylor Howard, Mika Edwards, Faith Mincher, Monica Mosely, Bridget Moton, Madison Poore, and RoxAnne Prater) .

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