Middle school TSA team attends the Georgia TSA State Leadership Conference

Wesleyan’s middle school TSA team attended the Georgia TSA State Leadership Conference at the Classic Center in Athens from March 13-16 and earned the Third Place Overall Middle School Team Award. 
The team consisted of 16 members who entered 32 out of 41 possible events. Wesleyan students placed in the top 10 in 23 events, and every member was a top 10 finalist in at least one event. 
Three teams of Wesleyan students earned first place awards. Colin Davis ‘29, Matthew Kane ‘29, and Andrew Yang ‘29 received first place in the Construction Challenge. Tiffany Kim ‘29, Lillian Lu ‘30, and Kimberley Wang ‘29 received first place in Medical Technology. Christian Chung ‘29, Jason Chung ‘28, and Colin Davis ‘29 received first place in Video Game Design. 
LaShandia Hill, middle school STEM teacher and TSA coach, was selected as the Tommy Pitchford Inspirational Teacher Award for middle school at the conference. 
“It is truly an honor to be recognized, and I give all glory to God. I also want to give a special thanks to our amazing state team for working so hard this year to contribute to the success of our program and gaining recognition with this award,” smiles Hill. 
Tiffany Kim ‘29 campaigned and won the only middle school office position at the state level. She will serve as the second vice president for the 2024-2025 season. 
Way to go, middle school TSA team, and congratulations, Tiffany and Mrs. Hill.