Longview ISD Board of Trustees honored members of the Longview High School Technology Student Association during Monday night's regular meeting.

Board honors TSA students for Nationals achivement

Mon Aug 8, 2016

Longview ISD Board of Trustees honored members of the Longview High School Technology Student Association during Monday night's regular meeting.

The team finished at or near the top of eight different categories last month during the TSA national competition in Nashville.

Finishing first in the country was the LHS Chapter Team of Ejehi Ihionkhan, Levi Grant, Uwa Ihionkhan, Stephanie Guck, Brady Miller, and Krisana Yuen.

Winning silver in Children's Stories competition was the team of Christopher Guck, Naomi D’Arbell, Rutvi Patel, Anthony Castillo, and Alexander Lammers.

Taking third place in Photographic Technology was LHS junior Daniele Farren.

Other results from the National TSA Contest in Nashville include:
6th Place, Manufacturing Prototype: Nitin Rangu, Soumya Donty, Krisana Yuen, Trevor O’Connor, Ben Taylor, Sam Pistone.
8th Place, Engineering Design: Daniel Bally, Rutvi Patel, Christopher Guck, and Neal Rangu.
9th Place, Biotechnology Design: Soumya Donty, Krisana Yuen, Kathryn Roper, Samantha Taylor, Surya Donty, and Uwa Ihionkhan.
9th Place, Prepared Presentation: Payton Schaap.
10th Place, Chapter Team (Written Test): Levi Grant, Sophomore.

Career Technology instructor Charles Mosley said the achievement confirms that the students who attend Longview ISD "are as bright, intelligent, and motivated as any students in the country."