West County students and their advisers recently traveled to the 2012 Industrial Arts Fair. Jeff Gibson, who teaches at the middle and high schools, along with WCHS teacher Angie Black, traveled with students to the annual contest.
West County students earned 15 first-place ribbons, one second and one third. Tristin Frago received a Best in Class award, and Billy Joe Bridges qualified for state with his bed.
The WCMS WCTV, a group that prepares videos about student life at West County, also qualified for state with their MAP episode which aired in April.
First-place ribbons went to Katie West, Evan Moak, Kristin Siegel, Rikki Davis, Kayla Carroll, Alice Thurman, Gary Poss, Janessa Martin, Shawn Fudge, Kayde Beach, James Lee, the WCTV High School group (Ashley Bates, David Benavente and Matt Hart), West County Robotics (Dylan Miner, Dylan Whitter, Jesse Cureton, Kaitlyn McCandliss, Ryan Steel, Sidney Wells and Elliot Sutton), Tristin Frago, and Billy Joe Bridges. Second place ribbon winner was Tyler Trentman and earning a third-place ribbon was Nick Miller.