Campbell County Students Have the Skills!

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2019 CCHS SkillsUSA Team: Rebecca Ash, Bowen Bell, Davis Cathey, Matthew Cathey, Kohltyn Christiaens, Kindal Cunningham, Jacob Decker, Rilee Hauber, Kimmie Huddleston, Taylor Jensen, Chance Knighten, Thomas Koepke, Daniel Koepke, Logan Lampman, Colter Morris-Chasteen, Andi Nivens, and Kayden Winterholler

This  year, 17 Camels competed and took home 3 state titles and 10 medals overall for CCHS’s SkillsUSA.

To compete at nationals in the SkillsUSA organization, you must be a state champion, so a special congratulations needs to go to Davis Cathey, Colter Morris-Chasteen, and Kimmie Huddleston, as they will be representing Wyoming at the National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, June 24-28.

Gold Medalist
Automotive Service – Davis Cathey
Diesel Equipment Technology – Colter Morris-Chasteen
FirstAid CPR – Kimmie Huddleston

Silver Medalist
Diesel Equipment Technology – Taylor Jensen

Bronze Medalist
Diesel Equipment Technology Logan Lampman
Intermediate Welding – Logan Lampman
Welding Fabrication – Kayden Winterholler / Davis Cathey / Kohltyn Christiaens
Medical Terminology – Kindal Cunningham

CCHS’s teacher sponsors are Brandon Cone and Pete Stocker. If you are interested in joining SkillsUSA next year, please find them in room 121.

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