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Dayton High School Skills Team Excels at State

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Dayton High School had thirteen students qualify for and compete in the Skills U.S.A. State competition in Corpus Christi, Tx over the weekend. One student, Anthony Chacon (11th grade), competed in Automotive and received a “STATE EXCELLENT” score. Twelve students competed in the Construction Competition. All twelve received “STATE SUPERIOR”, the highest score possible.

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Jadyn Houston 11th

Karen Galvan 12th

Nayeli Reyes 11th

Layla Arce 11th

Jaylin Garza 12th

Corey Jones 11th

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Cade Hargrave 11th

Thomas Jones 12th

Mason Billings 12th

Jerry Olivares 11th

Jonathan Chiquito 9th

Edgar Silva 9th

These students not only built SUPERIOR projects but also documented the entire process in a presentation binder that included many time-stamped photographs, a Resume’, tools, materials, receipts, and a bibliography done in MLA format. Mr. Trey Ellison, Dayton High School teacher said this, “The student’s binders were a cut above the hundreds of other High Schools in the competition. Documentation, proofreading, and editing made all the difference. I am so proud of their hard work and that it was recognized as such”.