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BCHS marks technology week
Special events include trivia, presentations
Bryan County High Schools Georgia Technology Student Association members are, back row, from left: Cole Morrison, Bradley Howard, Andrew Ferreira and Kevin OQuinn; front row, from left: NCHS Principal Cari M. Delatorre, Brooke Edwards, Elizabeth Hawkins, Reed Walker and BCHS Assistant Principal Jason Kornegay. - photo by Photo provided.

From Oct. 6-10, Bryan County High School’s Georgia Technology Student Association members celebrated National TSA Week.
BCHS’ Georgia TSA officers participated in several activities to promote the association and to recruit new members. First, students and faculty organized and took part a in TSA trivia event. Prizes were given for correctly reciting the national TSA motto, “Learning to Live in a Technical World,” and for being able to cite other facts about TSA.
Next, officers presented 10-minute informational sessions throughout the day to Bryan County Middle School students in Ken Butler’s engineering and technology education class. The officers are working with Butler and his students to bring Georgia TSA to BCMS.
“I am so excited to work with Mr. Butler at Bryan County Middle School to bring Georgia TSA to the middle-school students,” BCHS’ Georgia TSA advisor Inga Cashon said. “The officers planned all the details from the presentation to the membership forms given to Mr. Butler’s students. This will assist me with promoting my program at Bryan County High School as well.”
BCHS’ Georgia TSA Officers are: President Andrew Ferreira, First Vice President Brooke Edwards, Second Vice President Bradley Howard, Secretary Reed Walker, Treasurer Elizabeth Hawkins, Sergeant at Arms Cole Morrison, and Reporter Kevin O’Quinn. Cashon, BCHS’ Georgia TSA advisor, teaches the engineering and technology education pathway at BCHS.
Georgia TSA is in its sixth year at BCHS and membership continues to grow each year, according to Cashon.

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