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    To join, please see Mrs. Harrell in room 127. Club dues are $20 ($10 to National, $6 to State, $4 to Chapter). Cash or Check. Checks may be written to CHHS TSA.

    If you join at our interest meeting on 9/12 (or earlier - bring to 127) we will discount your club dues by $5, making it $15. Our chapter will cover $1 of your dues out of past fundraisng in this scenario. 

    T-shirts are available to order until September 28th for $10. The order will be placed October 1st. (Add $3 if you'd like to make it longsleeve) This can be paid with membership dues. (Or separately, either way. It's easier if paid with dues.) The shirt will be black with "old gold" (not yellow, not shiny) print.



  • Advisors for CHHS TSA:

    Jackie Harrell (127 - Adobe)

    Brant Lewis (342 - Drafting)

    James Massey (608 - Automotive)


    About TSA:

    The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Open to students enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA’s membership includes more than 250,000 middle and high school students across the United States. TSA is supported by educators, parents, and business leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities, and much more. A wide range of activities makes TSA a positive experience for every student.

    At Corinth Holders, we have a large focus on....

    • Digital Media related competitive events. We have seen a large success in the events involving videography and graphic design at the regional, state, and national levels. 
      • Digital Video Production
      • On Demand Video
      • Children's Story
      • Promotional Design
    • Drafting and Architecture related competitive events. Last year, we had a student place second in the state in 2D CAD Design. 
      • 2D CAD
      • 3D CAD
      • Bridge Building
      • Architectural Design (building models, etc)
    • VEX Robotics and Engineering - Last year was our first attempt in engineering and robotics. We learned a lot! Our robot even won a game against experienced teams! 
      • VEX robotics
      • Engineering Design

     For more information on competitive events, see tsaweb.org

  • Officer Applications:

    Use this Google form. DUE SEP 14 BY 3PM .

    (Will be announced 9/17 by 3pm. Must be a paid member by 9/14 to be considered. Preference goes to those with experience in TSA and those without officer positions in other clubs.)

    Closed Position:

    • President: Zack Hall

    Open positions:

    • General:
      • VP of Chapter Affairs -  Is responsible for ensuring all things competition are ran smoothly, runs Leadership LEAP activities/sessions including LEAP resume sessions. Will ensure all rubrics are followed for competitive events and deadlines are met in a timely manner. Needs very strong attention to detail.
      • VP of Community and Collaboration - Secretary/Minute-keeper for General Meetings, Ensures community/family feel for the chapter, event-planner, Treasurer (Is in charge of fundraising success)
    • Digital Media
      • VP of Digital Media - runs digital media subgroup meetings. General events fall under this as well such as prepared presentation, future tech teacher, etc.
      • Secretary of Digital Media and General Competitive Events - operates in place of Media VP in their absence. Is an aid to VP of Media.
    • Engineering/Building Sciences
      • VP of Engineering - Runs/oversees engineering/building sciences meetings with the help of the secretaries. Covers robotics, dragster, and drafting related things
      • Secretary of Robotic Engineering - is the leader of robotic team and ensures successful operation, sets deadlines, etc. operates in place of Engineering VP in their absence. Is an aid to VP of Engineering.
      • Secretary of Building Sciences - runs all things building sciences/wood shop/drafting related. if it could involve CAD or building, it's under you. includes tech problem solving, structural design, CAD, dragster. operates in place of Engineering VP in their absence. Is an aid to VP of Engineering.
  • Meeting Schedule

    • 9/12 : Our first full-club meeting will be B lunch, Wednesday, September 12th in the DLL. (Interest session, review of last year's accomplishments, plans for this year, officer application info, etc.)
    • ***9/14 : Officer Applications Due by 3pm
    • ***9/17 : Officers Announced VIA Remind by 3pm
    • 9/19 : First Officer Meeting (Officers Only)
    • 9/26 : Full Club Meeting in DLL
    • 10/03: Digital Media/General Departmental Meeting in 127
    • 10/10: Engineering Departmental Meeting in 127