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Hamilton earns seven awards at SkillsUSA competition

Hamilton High School’s SkillsUSA team earned seven awards Dec. 2 at the district-level competition at Fort Atkinson High School. A total of 12 Hamilton students participated in the event, competing in a wide range of individual contests.HHS—Skills-USA-medalists-web

Students who earned medals were:

  •  Hailey Woolf – gold, advertising design;
  • Isaac Kahlscheuer – gold, cabinetmaking;
  • Sydney Vande Hei – gold, woodworking display;
  • Samuel Farmer – silver, architectural drafting;
  • Natalie Knollenberg – silver, photography;
  • Abigail Miller – silver, related technical math; and
  • Caitlin Neuman – bronze, job skill demonstration – screen printing.

SkillsUSA is an organization for students interested in pursuing careers or expanding their knowledge in skilled trades. In its fourth year as a SkillsUSA chapter, Hamilton’s team is advised by Applied Engineering and Technology teachers Alan Mamerow, Joe Premo, Tom Schlueter, and Chad McLaughlin.