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L&C students excel in Skills USA state competition

Lewis & Clark students competed in 190 district SkillsUSA competitions in February and 90 state competitions in April. 22 of our students placed in the top three at the state SkillsUSA Conference. Ten students placed first in the state of Missouri and will compete in June at the SkillsUSA National Skills & Leadership Conference being held in Atlanta, GA. Those students are:

Griffin Kuester - Automotive Collision Repair
Gavin Sutherland - Computer Programming
Anthony Gaglio, Dominic Henning, Kevin Crane & Charles Nennert - Teamworks
Kaden Moore - CNC Milling
Cole Wolfe - HVAC
Alex Davis - Electrical Construction Wiring
Deven Ball - Industrial Motor Controls