Nebo stu­dents win na­tional weld­ing honors

Serve Daily - - EMPOWERING LIBERTY - By Lana Hiskey

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!”

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