To: Michael Green
From: Asha Riley
Date: February 16, 2022
The BeaverBots, our Woodland High School Robotics Team, finished 18th in the state in the FIRST FTC Robotics. After taking first in their league, they competed against 24 other teams at the state championship.
FBLA hosted the regional FBLA competition on January 28th. We have one FBLA member who qualified for the state competition.
Marketing had a fantastic turnout for their sales presentation closing out their semester.
Digital Arts closed out their semester with beautiful presentations of social media stories using several different photo editing tools and photography skills.
Our Construction Trades students are learning about and practicing wiring 110-volt switches, outlets, and lights. We also finished and sold our first Beaver Lodge.
Two Auto Club students competed in the Regional Automotive Maintenance competition at Cascadia Technical College auto shop and placed 2nd and 3rd - they will both be going to the state competition.
This competition is made up of eight different stations, parts naming, tool naming, online computer programming (we don't use it in our school), service and maintenance costs, brake and suspension inspections, job interviews, tire inspection, and general knowledge tests.
There were 21 total competitors (19 were from Cascadia tech and 2 from Woodland). To say Cascadia had an advantage would be an understatement.
The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place students received a medal, gift cards to Harbor Freight tools ($750, $500, $250), and some gifts they chose from a row of tables. Also, Dick Hannah provides $200 for each student to pay for state competition registering fees.
I am so happy for our students, seniors Sean Barton and Josh Hilker!
The automotive and welding students have been working hard to put the 1923 T-bucket vehicle together.