CTI State Conference 2016
Two from College and Career Academy take first place in state competition
Posted on 04/25/2016
Two teens from Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy earned first-place finishes at the CTI State Leadership Conference in Eatonton, Georgia.  Sierra Threadgill, a senior at Coosa High School and Tyler Reed, a junior at Coosa, were the top finishers in their competitions during the three day leadership event featuring competitions in public speaking, agricultural science, health care science technology, and occupational creative thinking. The competition was held April 20-22 in Eatonton, Georgia. 

Sierra Threadgill placed first in the category of public speaking with her speech on the state theme: "Not all superheroes wear capes."

Tyler Reed placed first in agricultural science for his lawn mower engine rebuild.

Six students from the College and Career Academy attended the CTI Conference.  The event provides students enrolled in career, technical, or agricultural education courses with high quality interactive leadership activities.