Joran Palacio, PHS TV Production student, instructed by Brian Bernier, is a finalist for the Rocky Mountain Emmy. It will be presented on October 8, 2016 at the Talking Stick Resort. Joran is the Play by Play voice of Perry Sports 4. He is also a staff writer for Prep2Prep and recently was a featured contribuor for the Rattlers during their playoff run. Congratulations!
BHS Fashion student Kieren Haven won the City of Chandler Trashion Fashion Show in the age 14-17 category (center in photo) modeled by her friend Alexa Sanchez. This garment was made from a recylced bed sheet, VHS tape and used CDs. Congratulations!
Other garments(left in photo) won for Adult category. This gown was made from 132 plastic bags sewn to a paper and plastic disposable drop cloth. An accompanying hairpiece was made from caution tape, wire hangers, PVC pipe, cardboard, aluminum cans, and plastic containers.
Other garment (right in photo) won for ages 10-13 category. Made from a vinyl sheet from a Twister game. An accompanying purse was made from the game box and the headpiece from the game's spinner wheel.
CHS Culinary students enjoy working with the CHS Little Wolves Preschool Program students. In the photo they are helping them make soft pretzels. They also read stories and sing songs with them regularly. Great job!
Basha High Engineering Program Boat Races.
CUSD Programming students competed in a 2 day App Programming Competition. They were placed into teams of 3-6 and created their own applications. State Farm brought in several professionals from their various software development departments who guided the students on how to make their applications industry worthy. This was the first of the yearly coding competitions and will continue next school year.
BHS Graphics students won the following awards from the Chandler Education Foundation (CEF):
1st Place - Autumn Mault - CEF Annual Report Cover Design
2nd Place - Isabella Ledo - Graduate Scholarship Brochure Cover
3rd Place - Barry Benson - Interior Promo Page Design
BHS Agriscience Teacher Sharon Metzger has been named the Arizona State CTE Teacher of the Year! The Association for Career and Technical Education of Arizona (ACTEAZ) is a professional non-profit association for Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers and administrators to provide leadership in developing an educated, prepared, adaptable, and competitive workforce. Their primary goals are to provide professional development for CTE professionals and to increase public awareness about the value and importance of CTE. Congratulations!
These Perry High School Nursing Students were awarded Clinical Nursing Assistant (CNA) Pins. Their Instructor Chris Humphrey is in the photo (bottom left). Congratulations!
HHS Architecture students in photo left to right: Meredith Bahling, Instructor Steve Spykstra, and Oscar Visencio. Meredith Bahling won 3rd Place in the LEED Dream Home Design Contest. Oscar Visencio won 1st Place in the LEED Dream Home Design Contest. Both students won laptops (in photo). This photo, along with their designs, will appear in the CAD Academy annual magazine. Congratulations!
HHS Architecture Students group project (photo). The students designed custom homes using the CAD Program and then built them to scale with balsa wood. These students are instructed by Steve Spykstra. Congratulations!