70 students competed in 94 individual and 66 team events at the 35th annual National Technology Student Association Conference in Orlando. The events focused on technology, design, innovation and engineering. As part of the competitions, students designed things such as dragsters and prototypes, graphics, robots and video games. 16 students placed in the top 10 in their respective events. Among them was Jessica Harris of Seaford of High, who came in 9th in the Dragster Design category. She also was presented with the Gold Technology Student Association Achievement Award.
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