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  • Six gifted Coldspring-Oakhurst High School students and their sponsors traveled to Corpus Christi on Thursday, March 31, to compete at the SkillsUSA Texas State Championship, where Culinary Arts student Ethan Manshack was announced the State Champion Gold Medalist in Restaurant Services on Saturday, April 2. He will now advance to the SkillsUSA National Championships in Atlanta this June.
    "22 students from around the state competed against Ethan," said Culinary Arts Instructor Chef Joel Casiday. "The Restaurant Services contest tested their skills in setting a formal dining setting, presenting tableside guacamole, hosting guests, and completing a 3-course, formal dining service."
    Ethan also won a Bronze Medal in the Employability Skills Technical Test.
    Other COHS students who did a fine job representing us at the state competition include Law Enforcement students Anthony Malota and Logan Riley, under the direction of Instructor Dr. Kim Webb, and Culinary Arts students Tinley Reid who was awarded a Superior Rating for her Brave-themed commercial baking exhibit, and Ryan Allison, Brittany Hartley, and Lilly Warwick who all received Excellent ratings for their exhibits.
    Special thanks to excellent educators Chef Joel Casiday and Dr. Kim Webb for doing such a great job with our students.
    Way to go, ladies and gentlemen! We are so proud of all of you!
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  • Cadet Major Quinton Walberg is one of 200 Air Force Junior ROTC cadets around the world to receive the scholarship from Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, AL. More than 1300 cadets applied for one of the 200 scholarships. There are almost 120,000 high school students enrolled in Air Force Junior ROTC programs at approximately 870 high schools in the U.S. and overseas. The scholarship covers transportation, room and board, academics and flight hours required to potentially earn a Private Pilot Certificate. The scholarship is valued at approximately $22,500! Congratulations, Cadet Major Walberg!

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