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SEATech Summer School Information Night May 8th

SEATech Summer School Information Night

Monday, May 8, from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

SEATech will be offering three summer school programs for the 2017-2018 9th through 12th grade students. The following classes will begin Thursday, June 15 and end Friday, June 30 from 8 am to 4 pm:

Health

Intro to Manufacturing

Filmmakers Boot Camp

Free lunch will be provided through the City Summer Lunch Program.  Students will earn a .5 credit upon successful completion of the course. 

Any questions, please call SEATech at 509.526.2000.

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SEATech Summer Programs Registration Open NOW

SEATech Summer Programs Registration is now open!  We are offering three classes:  Introduction to Manufacturing, Health, and Filmmakers Boot Camp.  Sessions run Thursday, June 15, 2017 to Friday, June 30, 2017 from 8 am to 4 pm daily with a half hour lunch.  Free lunch will most likely be provided through the City Lunch Program, or you may bring your own lunch.  These are public school programs and, therefore, students will earn a .5 high school credit at no cost.  However, there is a non-negotiable attendance requirement for completion - attendees will not get credit if they are absent more than one (1) day during the 14-day program.  Please call SEATech at 509.526.2000 if you have any questions.  Summer enrollment forms are attached.

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Filmmakers Boot Camp

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SEATech hosts regional competitions

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The winning team of Digital Media Technology students Ruben Balderas and Aaron Page interviewed Instructor James Polson, among others, as part of their assignment in the regional competition for SkillsUSA on February 3rd. Contestants were challenged to plan, shoot and edit a short video as if it were an assignment from the SyFy channel on behalf of their 'Ghosthunters' series.

Elsewhere in the SEATech facility, Electrical Systems Technology students raced against the clock to complete a residential wiring assignment under the supervision of Instructor Eric Matson.  At the end of the day, Matson and Digital Media Instructor Jeffrey Townsend made plans to take their winning students to the SkillsUSA state competition in Yakima at the end of April.

Even after the fast-paced and jam-packed day, they both said that they look forward to hosting an even bigger regional competition next year.

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Digital Media Technology Bellevue WA Tours

Nineteen students from the Digital Media Technology program at SEA-TECH visited two top-tier video game companies in Bellevue, Washington, on May 20.  Representatives from Valve and Bungie were on hand to take the students on tours of each facility, followed by Q&A sessions about possible career paths.  An unexpected surprise was learning that their Valve host was Ricky White (Wa-Hi class of '04).  The trip gave the students a clear picture of the pathways to careers in the industry.  The students are very grateful to the community donors who made the trip possible.
 
 
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Local Organizations Support High School Robotics

We would like to thank the following organizations for supporting our high school robotics program:
 
Key Technology
Noon Rotary Club #271
Columbia Rural Electric
Walla Walla Lodge #287, B.P.O. Elks
 
We appreciate your support!
 
 
 
Bill Erickson presents a check for $350 to Jarrod Evensen on behalf of Walla Walla Noon Rotary Club #271 for the high school robotics program.

 

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