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LARYSSA TERVAIL FROM DESIGN & VISUAL HEADED TO SKILLS USA NATIONALS
LARYSSA TERVAIL FROM DESIGN & VISUAL HEADED TO SKILLS USA NATIONALS
Posted on 05/19/2017
Nashoba Tech’s Laryssa Tervail, a junior from Pepperell, on the gold-medal podium for Advertising Design

  WESTFORD — Nashoba Tech will send a student to the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, June 19-23, in Louisville, Ky.

Laryssa Tervail, a junior from Pepperell, will make the trip to Nationals by virtue of her first-place finish in the Advertising Design competition at the recent SkillsUSA State Competition, held at Blackstone Valley Technical High School. Only gold-medal winners in the various state competitions earn a berth in the Nationals.

Laryssa is in the Design & Visual Communications program at Nashoba Tech.

In all, 23 Nashoba Tech students competed in the States, either individually or as part of a team. Corey Martineau, a senior from Townsend, placed third in Culinary Arts, and the team of Jason Gendron (sophomore, Dracut), Anthony Repoza (sophomore, Chelmsford) and Robert Stansfield (sophomore, Chelmsford) placed second in the Career Pathways: Industrial & Engineering Technology category.

Other students who competed for Nashoba Tech but did not earn medals include Daniel Baxter (sophomore, Chelmsford), Tyler Bousquet (sophomore, Townsend), Brendan Cerone (junior, Pepperell), Anthony Cogliano (junior, Chelmsford), Rheanna Early (senior, Ayer), Brianna Fuchs (junior, Townsend), Jordan Hasbrouck (sophomore, Pepperell), Emily Hogan (sophomore, Dracut), Liam King (sophomore, Chelmsford), Rebeka LaRosae (senior, Pepperell), Deanna Lunardo (junior, Shirley), Cameron McPherson (sophomore, Shirley), Riley Meusel (sophomore, Shirley), Victoria Parlee (junior, Chelmsford), Zelie Sears (junior, Pepperell), Cheyanne Thistle (junior, Pepperell), Dylan Urban (sophomore, Chelsmford), Samantha Walsh (junior, Townsend).


Nashoba Tech’s SkillsUSA team at the State Competition
Nashoba Tech’s Corey Martineau, a senior from Townsend, gives thumbs-up while receiving his bronze medal for Culinary Arts