TSA members throughout the nation all agree that for them, the highlight of the school year is the annual national conference. The TSA national conference is packed with competitive events and challenging activities that foster personal growth and leadership development. Each year TSA members are offered these and many more opportunities at the national conference.
FUTURE NATIONAL CONFERENCES:
2015 National TSA Conference
June 28 – July 2, 2015
Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center
Conference Theme: “Designing Your Dreams”
2016 National TSA Conference
June 28 – July 2, 2016
2014 National Conference Notes from Dr. Taylor:
Below are the results from the National TSA Conference: They are located on the web at Register My Chapter. Congratulations to ALL of our NCTSA participants!
Construction Challenge – Hanes Magnet Middle
Energy Sources – Hanes Magnet Middle
Open Source Software Development – NCSSM
Prepared Presentation – Ardrey Kell HS
Tech Bowl Written – Mallard Creek HS
Tech Bowl Orals HS – Mallard Creek HS
Tech Bowl Orals MS – Hanes Magnet
HS System Control Technology – Hanes Magnet HS
TEAMS – Davidson Early College
Structural Model MS -McDougle MS
Leadership Strategies -McDougle MS
Problem Solving MS – Hanes Magnet & McDougle
Technology Problem Solving – HS – Atkins HS
Inventions & innovations – Norwayne MS
Promotional Design- Mallard Creek
Community Service Video- Southern MS
Career Prep MS – McDougle
Desktop Publishing – Panther Creek HS
Chapter Team MS – Norwayne MS
CAD 2D – Richmond Senior High School
VEX Robotics – Jay M. Robinson HS – 4th
SciVis – Richmond Sr. High – 1st place
Essays on Technology – 1st place Tiffany Bramblett from Atkins HS
Water infrastructure -Hanes Magnet– 2nd
VEX Robotics – Jay M. Robinson HS – 2nd -2014 TSA/VEX Runner Up
In addition, Joshua Mathew from Terry Sanford High School was elected National TSA Reporter.
The following school were recognized as Outstanding TSA Chapters for North Carolina: McDougle Middle School, Southern Middle School, and Terry Sanford High School
Wayne Burgamy from Butler High School and Paul Casey from Norwayne Middle School were Advisors of the Year for North Carolina.
The five students from North Carolina were also inducted into the National TSA Honors Society.
North Carolina had over 250 members in attendance at the National Conference and ranked 5th in the number of voting delegates. We are so proud of the hard work that each of you have put into your TSA chapters this year and would like to commend the student members for their hard work at Nationals.
NC TSA is an outstanding organization because of its members and its dedicated advisors. Thank you for all that you do!