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  • Presley Award  Jeff Stoudt and Carrie Epps with PICA presented Presley Springfield, a recent graduate, with her 2019 PICA award. Presley won Best of Show for her highly creative piece "Trick or Treat Rush Board Game". This is the 4th overall PICA win for WTC! Congratulations!

     

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  • Peanut Butter Drive Our peanut butter drive was another huge success collecting a total of 1,538 jars to be donated to Christian Community Ministries. The 1st place winner was Cosmetology, 2nd place was Health Science (Mrs. Harvley) and 3rd place was Carpentry.  Thank you to all the students and staff who participated.

     

     

     

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  • Fire Truck Donation

    Kershaw County Fire Service recently retired its Shepard FD 1701 fire truck and donated the truck to the Protective Services Program at Woolard Technology Center (WTC). The truck will be used for the program’s Firefighting 1 class for students interested in a career in firefighting.

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    Presley Springfield

    Presley Springfield, a NCHS senior, is a current 2nd level Graphic Communications student at the new Woolard Technology Center. Presley placed 1st in the Skills USA State Screen Printing Competition this spring. This win qualified her to compete in the National Skills USA completion held this summer in Louisville, Kentucky.

     In Kentucky, Presley placed in the top 10 for her category. She competed against students nationwide and delivered a sixth place finish.

     “I am so proud of Presley. As a first level student, she was the underdog in the competition, but still victorious. I look forward to seeing her continue her career in the graphics industry”, says Walker Canada, Graphic Communications instructor at WTC

    Presley Springfield is seen here with one of her winning screen print designs.

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