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 A.R. Johnson High School Chapter ($25 Dues)

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A.R. Johnson High School Chapter ($25 Dues)

Next Member Meeting November 20 

facilitated by your

ARJ TSA 2019-2020 Officers 

President - Alexandria Owens 

1st Vice President - Jake Koenig 

2nd Vice President - Savannah Insalaco 

Secretary - Darion Anderson 

Treasurer - Paytne Slovak 

Reporter - Takirah Thomas

Sergeant-At-Arms - Joseph Washington

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TSA High School Competitive Events Guide for 2019-2020

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    2019-2020 ARJ TSA Members

    Aaron Welch 

    William Brunkow *affiliated (Fundraising Committee)

    Keller Hawkins *affiliated 

    Morgan Bennett *affiliated (Service Projects Committee)

    Timothy Watkins *affiliated 

    Adam Ennafil

    Mikel Leonard 

    Paytne Slovak *affiliated (Fundraising Chair)

    Joshua Watkins *affiliated

    Emil Bajit 

    Hudson Granade *affiliated

    Corbin Elam 

    Tyler Bruce 

    Gavin Bruce (Service Projects Committee)

    Malasia Davis 

    Eric Loggins *affiliated

    Matthew Long *affilated

    Savannah Insalaco *affiliated (Service Projects Chair; Fundraising Committee)

    Jake Koenig *affiliated (Meetings Co-Chair; Fundraising Committee)

    Alex Owens (Meetings Chair)

    Joseph Washington *affiliated (TSA Awareness Co-Chair)

    Darion Anderson (Social Events Chair)

    Andrew Coleman

    Takirah Thomas *affiliated (TSA Awareness Chair)

     

     

     



  • Coming.......The GA TSA State Leadership Conference will be held March 12-14, 2020 in Athens, GA.  On-time Registration deadline is February 14, 2020.  Registration Fees are $85 per student.  Chaperones and guest registration are $35.  Other expenses students are responsible for include hotel and meals. Competitions must be approved by the advisor before Christmas Break for permission, an assigned mentor, and/or sponsor, and registration packet.  Dues must be paid before approval

    Click here for guides:  TSA Competitive Events Guide

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  • pictures above: 

    November 8-10, 2019

    Engineering/TSA students attended Fall Leadership Conference held in Jekyll Island to meet TSA members from all over the state of Georgia.  They also developed leadership skills and received technical training for State Leadership Competitive Events (info below)!

     

    This years' attendees (pictured in the slideshow):

     

    Paytne Slovak - "I would highlight the concept of E+R=O from Fall Leadership.  E+R=O means an event plus a response gives you an outcome.  This means, if you take action towards an event you can have an outcome you desire.  Rather than E=O, E+R=O allows for you to take action to change a bad event into somethig better and it tells you that even if something has happened, you can still do something about it."

     

    Savannah Insalaco - "Fall Leadership was an immensible, advantegeous experience.  During our sessions, I learned life skills and methods of leadership that I will not only use, to further my chapter, but I will use to further myself in real life applications." 

     

    Joseph Washington - "Our efforts for the boat race wouldn't have been possible without all the members of the team and helpers up until the last 10 minutes before the competition began.  Two people were needed inside of the boat, and one helped the other into it." 

     

    Jake Koenig - "I would recommend Fall Leadership because the travel group was amazing and the location is fun.  After the sessions and the President's breakfast, I've set my goal to come back with stability.  I want to help the members after us feel they are set for success."

     

    Advisor (Ms. Mack) - "After attending Fall Leadership for the first time as the incoming Engineering teacher, my goal is to keep students motivated in STEM fields.  There are plenty of resources and jobs in this field for students to succeed as high school, college, and career professionals.  I also want to help students step outside of their comfort zones and stand out in TSA."

     

    Takirah Thomas (tba)

     

    Keller Hawkins (tba)

     

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  • pictures below: 

    September 13-15

    Engineering Students at the GATSA CHAPTER OFFICER RETREAT FOR EXCELLENCE, CLAYTON, GA

    this year's attendees include (pictured below):

    Darion Anderson

    Savannah Insalaco 

    Joseph Washington
    CORE

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