Students from the Career Technical Instruction (CTI) program at the Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy recently participated in the CTI Spring Leadership Conference at Rock Eagle in Eatonton, GA, according to a media release from the school system. Around 600 students from around the state participated in a variety of activities designed to help prepare them to be leaders in their schools and communities.
The highlight of the conference is the competitive events session. There are 31 individual competitions that take place from advertising to woodworking. Floyd County students fared well in these events. Walker Lynch placed first in Metal Working, Brandi Joy Waters won second place for Most Improved Student, and Sergio Romero Vargas got second place honors for Construction Technology. In addition, Brandi won a $500 scholarship for Outstanding Senior.
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