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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL CULINARY ARTS & COMMERCIAL BAKING STUDENTS ADVANCE TO SkillsUSA TEXAS STATE LEADERSHIP & SKILLS COMPETITION

TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL CULINARY ARTS & COMMERCIAL BAKING STUDENTS ADVANCE TO SkillsUSA TEXAS STATE LEADERSHIP & SKILLS COMPETITION

Texarkana, TX – Four Texas High School Culinary Arts and Commercial Baking students are now advancing to the SkillsUSA Texas State Leadership & Skills Competition given their Top Three placements during the February 9-10 District competition in Waco, TX.  The Skills USA District 5 is made up of 28 counties in the East Texas area.

For Culinary Arts, all Top Three students awarded were from Texas High School.  They include:  Shaderrika Sanders – First Place; Deavyon Ross – Second Place; Aniyah Azille – Third Place.  In Commercial Baking, Moncey Martinez finished at Third Place.  Students are coached by Cory House and Janna Carr.

The SkillUsUSA Texas State Leadership & Skills State Competition will be on April 5 – 8 in Corpus Christie, TX.

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives working together to ensure America has a skilled work force.  It improves the quality of America’s skilled workshop through a structured program of citizenship, leadership, employability, technical and professional skills training.

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PHOTO IDENTIFICATION (Left to Right)

Shaderrika Sanders, Aniyah Azille, Moncey Martinez, Deavyon Ross, Cory House

Texas High School SkillsUSA Winners

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