KHS Trade Students Excel at FVTC Regional SkillsUSA Contest

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Kimberly High School (KHS) trade students showcased their talents and dedication at the recent Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) Regional SkillsUSA contest, held at the Appleton FVTC Campus on Friday, February 16th. This event provided a platform for students to demonstrate their skills in various fields, aligning with their career interests and overall academic/skill performance.

Students from 20 different school districts attended the regional event, showing off their talents in 16 events, such as machining, welding, engineering, automotive, diesel, and power equipment technology.

Congratulations to the students listed below for placing and participating in this year's competition! Stay tuned for the state competition, which will be held this April in Madison, with more than 2000 students competing.

  • Jayden Holmes – 1st Place (Welding)
  • Bennett Vandehey – 4th Place (Welding)
  • Anthony Stehofsky – 2nd Place (Welding Sculpture)
  • Justin Holloway – 1st Place (Machining)
  • Owen Hacker – 2nd Place (Machining)
  • Evan Stanislawski – 3rd Place (Machining)
  • Haley Schmitt – 4th Place (Machining)

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce, providing educational programs, events, and competitions that support career and technical education.