Welding Competition Success

Riverside's SkillsUSA Chapter hosted a welding competition September 28th. 23 students competed from Chewelah, Deer Park, Newport, Springdale and Riverside.

Riverside's Dominic Davis placed 2nd and Cody Mandarino placed 7th. Congratulations!

Riverside CTE Students - State Champions!

In April, Riverside CTE & SkillsUSA students competed at the State SkillsUSA competition. The following took home the top awards in their competitive categories. Here are the results:

Robotics Teams: 1st place - Dylan Aronson/Ben Miller 2nd place - Ben Shaw/Cody Main

Motorcycle Service: 1st place Tom McNamee 2nd place - Brock Zoyer

Marine Service: 1st Place - Jordan Fuerte 2nd Place - Mason Grant 3rd Place - Creighton Jarman

Power Equipment: 2nd Place - Layton Zoyer

Representing Riverside at nationals are state champions Dylan Aronson, Ben Miller, Tom McNamee and Jordan Fuerte.

SkillsUSA competitors on to State

The following Riverside High School students are headed to state in a variety of skill competitions. Here is the lineup:

Job Demonstration: Mason Grant, Creighton Jarman, Brock Zoyer

Job Interview: Tom McNamee, Cody Webb, Tanner Hanko

CPR First Aid: Tanner Hanko

Photography: Molly Hagen

Congratulations to their advisers, Christine Greiner, David Howard, Brad Adams!

Construction Career Day 2018
Group pic

42 Riverside High School students attended Construction Career Day at the Spokane Fair and Expo Center on October 11 with Career & Technical Education instructors, David Howard and Kevin Mulligan. Students attended sessions to learn about careers in the building and construction industry. They also experienced driving and operating heavy construction equipment such as graders, front loaders and cranes. Students worked with electricians, masons, welders and more. They had the opportunity to learn about apprenticeship programs, college programs in construction and learned how to apply and interview for construction and building industry careers.

Motorcycle, Marine & Power Equipment Students On to State

Congratulations to the following students moving on to state SkillsUSA competition!

Motorcycle Service: Tom McNamee, Brock Zoyer, Cody Webb

Marine Service: Michael Crouchman, Jordan Fuerte, Mason Grant, Creighton Jarman

Power Equipment: Roman Osborn, Kody Mandarino, Zack Parker, Layton Zoyer, Brandon Loften

Congratulations to their adviser, David Howard!

Ramsden & Reilly on to State SkillsUSA!
Students competing at regional woods competition

Congratulations to Zane Ramsden and Kody Reilly! Zane and Kody competed at a regional SkillsUSA Cabinetmaking competition held at Riverside High School in January. Zane took 1st place and Kody took 2nd place. Both will be going on to compete at state competition in April. Congratulations to our competitors and their adviser, Kevin Mulligan!

Molly Hagan places 4th in Regional Photography Competition
Student picture w/photography project

Congratulations to Molly Hagan! Molly competed in a regional SkillsUSA photography competition and placed 4th out of 22 competitors from Pullman, Walla Walla, Pasco and Riverside. Great job, Molly!

SkillsUSA Robotics Students On To State!
Student Competitiors

Riverside engineering students, under their advisor Tim Hart, competed at the regional SkillsUSA Robotics Urban Search & Rescue competition. 1st place - Ben Shaw & Cody Main 2nd place - Ben Miller & Dylan Aronson 3rd place - Jonathan Williams & Corbyn Downing 5th place - Tristan Montgomery & Sam Holyoak (alternates)

Great work teams!

Iron Clad Art Competition

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Click here to see KREM 2 news story on Riverside High School students gearing up for the Iron Clad Art Competition. 


RESULTS OF FIRST NIGHT IRON CLAD ART COMPETITION

Riverside welding students Zane Ramsden, Mark Adams (wood shop), Max Ramsden, Dominic Davis, Jordan Fuerte and Zach Hepting  entered the Iron Clad Art Competition held during the First Night Spokane Festival New Years Eve. Projects had to be no larger than 3' by 3' and constructed of metal, wood or both materials combined. 

Winning first place in the "Peoples Choice" category with their "Motorcycle Engine Parts Table" was Zane, Mark and Max. Their table will be on display at the Museum of Arts & Culture (MAC) for the next three weeks. They also received a $200 award towards the Riverside SkillsUSA Leadership Chapter. The team was also asked to build another table to be displayed and sold by the Blackwell Gallery in Coeur d'Alene.

Jordan Fuerte created his "Fish" art from scrap metal, tubing and horse shoes. Zach Hepting's "Skeleton Arm and Rock" was built from bolts, nuts and a rock. Dominic Davis' entry was a "Knight's Helmet" made from sheet metal.

Dominic and Zach each won a $400 welding helmet in a raffle. 

An amazing fact to these students' accomplishments was that they started their projects two weeks before their winter break.

Great job Riverside students!

CTE Composites Students Tour Zodiac Aerospace
Zodiac Tour picture

Riverside High School Composites class toured Zodiac Aerospace. Students in Mr. Howard's class had an amazing opportunity seeing the skills they are learning at RHS being applied in the aerospace industry. Thank you to Zodiac for hosting our students!

2016 Skills USA competition in Power Equipment Technology

Left to right: Brian Eggleston, Alex Meissner, Charles Hessdorfer, Tanner Rasmussen, Brock Zoyer.

Congratulations to Brock Zoyer, freshman at Riverside High School, for winning the state SkillsUSA competition in Power Equipment Technology held in Tacoma, WA March 31-April 2, 2016. In the Motorcycle Service Technology competition, Charles Hessdorfer, a junior, was the 1st place winner. In 2nd place was senior Alex Meissner and 3rd place senior Tanner Rasmussen. All three students were awarded scholarships to UTI or Wyotech in the amounts of $10,000 for 1st place, $5,000 for 2nd place, and $2,500 for 3rd place. Brock Zoyer and Charles Hessdorfer now move on to the national competition in Louisville, KY June 20-25th. Congratulations to these awesome students and their advisor, David Howard!

Riverside senior, Brian Eggleston took 3rd place at SkillsUSA state competition in cabinet making. Congratulations to Brian and his advisor, Kevin Mulligan!