2017 SKILLS USA RESULTS

Navasota is a part of the Texas District 7 in Skills USA, now one of the largest Districts in Texas, with over 1600 kids competing in a variety of job skill related competitions over the 3 day event. 

Though Navasota was one of the smallest schools competing, with a large majority being 5A or 6A schools, NHS had several students who placed in the onsite contests. Jackie Salazar earned 3rd place in photography, Saul Diosdado placed 2nd in computer programming, Erica Barrios placed 3rd in Employment Application Process, & Jose Almanza, Jose Coronilla, Alexis Coronilla, & Austin Collins placed 4th in Entrepreneurship. There are also 30 Navasota students who advanced to state through Photography and AV project submissions.

State advancers in Audio/Visual Group Project Submission were: Michael Vela, Alan Dimas, Edwin Salazar, Reagan Seale, Jesus Vigil, Daniel Herrera, Arturo Villasenor, Brooklyn Stewart, Moises Hernandez, Celeste Tovar, Eli Chilton, Bobby Diaz & Xavier Cumpian

Photography Exhibit State Advancers are: Agustin Morales, Rosa Lopez, Keyondrick Philio, Chelsey Urbano, Celeste Tovar, Kyleigh Mcloughlin, Abril Coronilla, Jesus Orozco, Javier Salinas, Kevin Ramos, Jackie Salazar, Jesus Vigil, Alan Dimas, Arturo Villasenor, Eli Chilton & Jicel Munoz

Photo Panel State Advancer: Alexandria Hernandez

These students will compete in the Texas Skills USA State Conference in Corpus Christi on April 6th-9th

Group picture of Skills USA Students:
Top Row (L-R): Wilmer Flores, Jicel Munoz, Jackie Salazar, Kevin Ramos, Alexis Coronilla, Celeste Tovar, Yecenia Huerta, Evin Diaz, Saul Diosdado, Eduardo Palacios, Austin Collins, & Jose Coronilla.

Middle Row (L-R): Rosa Lopez, Jasmine Chavez, Agustin Morales, Erica Barrios, Joseph Baldobino, Jinel Flores, Odalys Palacios, Christy Kirby, Mariah Wynne, Jamie Foster, De’Angela Short, Mikayla Keese, Kaitlyn Sandoval, Clayton Goodwin, Carlos Briones, Jose Almanza.

Bottom Row (L-R): Reagan Seale, Edwin Salazar, Alan Dimas, Jesus Vigil, Daniel Herrera, & Michael Vela.

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