Waxahachie ISD Texas Public Service Association students competed in the TPSA Northeast Regional Conference on Feb. 7-8 in Rockwall, where three contending groups qualified for the state contest.
Texas Public Service Association serves students enrolled in CTE courses aligned with the law, public safety, corrections, and security career cluster. Participants enjoy the experience of applying classroom and laboratory lessons in hands-on activities and competitive events.
WISD Students Participants:
Crime Scene Investigation — Dylan Ihlenfeldt, Hayli Rodriguez, Katie Sias
Law Enforcement Report Writing — Payton Acker, Chaela Mchugh
Courtroom Opening Statements — Emilio Castro
Courtroom Closing Statements — Emilio Castro, Analilia Garcia
Forensic Fiber Analysis — 1st Place, Julieta Gonzalez Analilia Garcia
Crime Scene Investigation Finger Print Collection & Analysis — 2nd Place, Maritza Salazar, Katie Sias, Hayli Rodriguez
Law Enforcement Traffic Stops — 2nd Place, Maritza Salazar, Julieta Gonzalez, Zaydee Schoneman
Students who qualified the TPSA state competition will travel to Galveston on April 26-28, 2020, to test their skills against competitors from across Texas. WISD proudly supports these students, teachers, and organizations.
For more information about TPSA events, contact Joe Herrera, email@example.com, Darrin Ray firstname.lastname@example.org, or Kristen Grace email@example.com. They may also be reached at 972.923.4614.