The Maple Mountain High School team of junior welding fabricators took third place in the nation at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. Each state brought their best welding team to compete. MMHS’s team consisted of Tyler Christmas, Ben Warnick and Tosh Davis. These amazing students built an impressive metal tool box from scratch in 6.5 hours. Congratulations to this amazing team and their teacher and coach Jared Massic.
When asked about what the program provided for the students, Lorraine Davis said, “The SkillsUSA motto is, ‘Preparing for leadership in the world of work.’ It’s Jared Massic’s commitment to SkillsUSA and to the boys that has directly contributed to their success at the National SkillsUSA competition and, no doubt, he has helped to make them ‘leaders’ in a world if work. MMHS is very lucky to have him there!”