North Addington Education Centre | May 11, 2016
Last week, eight North Addington Education Centre students traveled to Waterloo, Ontario as part of Team Limestone, competing in the Ontario Technological Skills Competition (OTSC) against the top students in every school board in Ontario.
Kayden Snider, Bradley Kavanaugh-Sweeny, Bryce Runions and David Chen competed in the Elementary Team of Four- 2D Animation competition. This competition required students to story board, design and then animate a given scenario on the computer.
In the Secondary Division, Kameron Armstrong competed in Workplace Health and Safety including a written test, a presentation on welding safety and conducting spot inspections at the competition.
Natalie Reynolds competed in the Graphic Design Presentation competition, where she made a 15-minute presentation of her designs for the 2017 OTSC, Facebook Banner and T-shirt design.
Emma Fuller competed in the Graphic Design Studio Production competition, designing a brochure and packaging material for the St. Jacob's Farmers Market, and using three different design programs, two of which she learned for the competition.
Bree Gillingham competed in the Digital Photography competition bringing her best photograph, completing an editing test, shooting the many competitions at OTSC to tell a narrative and then editing these images for evaluation.
Overall Team Limestone did extremely well, wining Gold in Auto Collision Repair, Gold in Electrical Installation, Silver in Secondary 2D Animation, team of two, and Bronze in Culinary Arts.
Congratulations to all the students who competed in this year's Ontario Technological Skills Competition!
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