Floyd County Schools is proud to announce the outstanding success of its students at the NWGA Regional Technology Competition. With a strong representation of 26 participants, the district showcased its commitment to fostering technological innovation and creativity.
Five exceptional projects have secured their place in the upcoming state competition on March 2, marking a significant achievement for the talented students. The winners who will be advancing to the State Technology Competition are:
- Avi Singh (photo: top left) from Model High School in the 9/10 Audio Production category.
- Theo Swanagan and Eli Dinero (photo: bottom right) from Model Middle School in the 7/8 Game Design category.
- Gracie Whitman (photo: top right) from Pepperell Middle School in the 7/8 Graphic Design category.
- Emalee Collins (photo: bottom left) from Armuchee High School in the 11/12 Productivity Design category.
These students have demonstrated remarkable skills, creativity, and dedication to their respective categories, earning well-deserved recognition. As they prepare to compete at the state level, Floyd County Schools encourages the community to join in celebrating their accomplishments and wishing them the best of luck.
The district is proud of its students’ achievements and remains committed to providing an environment that nurtures innovation and excellence in technology. Congratulations to all participants, and may the success of these projects continue to inspire future generations of technologically adept individuals.