A huge congratulations to Temple High School's Chase Fowler, Alyssa Garza, and Kaley McCormick.
They placed 14th in the country in the Human Services category at the SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference.
The three competed with their health and physical education afterschool program for young children developed with Extreme Cheer, Gymnastics, and TNT.
We are so proud of their representation of Temple on the national stage!
Three Temple High School teens are going to nationals with their SkillsUSA project this month.
Chase Fowler, Kaley McCormick and Alyssa Garza assembled a health and physical education afterschool program for young children to enter in the SkillsUSA Human Services category. The national competition will be June 19-23 in Louisville, Ky.
“We did this program because we noticed how most kids these days just watch TV instead of actually getting physical activity after school,” Kaley said.
The team has worked with local businesses such as Extreme Cheer & Tumble to test their project in the real world.