Wednesday, April 18, 2018

WLCTC TSA 2018 State Conference Winners

Congratulations to Winston-Louisville CTC Technology Student Association 2018 State Conference Winners.

Chapter advisor and Simulation & Animation instructor, Chawan Jernigan, and team are eligible to attend and compete in the 2018 National TSA Conference this summer in Atlanta, GA.


Video Game Design team (left to right)
Kenderius Green, Dontae Ball, Adam Thomas, Montravious Johnson, and Blake Wyatt

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Louisville HS Students and Teacher Receive 2018 Mississippi Aspirations in Computing Awards

Shakindra Hunt and Sadiyah Matthews attended the 2018 Mississippi Aspirations in Computing regional affiliate award event held Saturday, April 15 in conjunction with the MS State University New Narrative Festival. The students were awarded along with 50 other Mississippi 9-12th grade female students who have demonstrated interest and achievements in computing, leadership ability, academic performance, and plans for post-secondary education. The regional affiliate program, an initiative of the National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT), provides encouragement, leadership opportunities, scholarships, and internships.

All Mississippi winners received recognition at the regional event, an engraved award for both her and her school, and will receive a $500 scholarship to MS State University for computer science, software engineering, or computer engineering majors.

Mrs. Kristi Jernigan, their STEM teacher, and Technology Student
Association (TSA) chapter advisor nominated both students for their achievements and participation in computing and technology. Mrs. Jernigan also received the 2018 Mississippi Distinguished Educator award for engaging and providing opportunities and support to young women in computing in the Louisville Municipal School district.

Dr. Sarah Lee, MSU Asst. Dept. Head for Computer Science and Engineering, presents 2018 Mississippi Aspirations in Computing awards to Louisville HS students and teacher.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Congressional App Challenge Winners from Louisville HS

Congratulations to Louisville HS STEM students Roper Stoots, 10th grader, and Christopher Deshawn Rush, 9thgrader, for winning the Congressional App Challenge for Mississippi’s 1st congressional district. STEM teacher, Kristi Jernigan, led classes in several coding lessons and presented the opportunity for her students to apply for The Congressional App Challenge, a public effort to encourage kids to learn how to code, through annual district-wide competitions hosted by Members of Congress for their district. Their topic was DARE Mississippi and the title Drug Free for an app designed for Mississippi 5th graders taking part in the DARE education program. They are now eligible to participate in the House of Representatives #HouseOfCode event held in Washington DC on April 12 and 13 to showcase their winning app and get recognized for their achievement.  Click here for Congressional App Challenge   Team MS1-3010 video.






Thursday, December 21, 2017

S.L.I.C.E. Career Fair

S.L.I.C.E. members want to thank our local Louisville businesses for making our Career Fair a success.
A few pictures from our Career Fair.









Monday, December 18, 2017

Career Fair - Dec 19


S.L.I.C.E. members will be hosting a Career Fair in the LHS Gym on Tuesday, Dec. 19 from 8:30-9:30am. LHS students will get to visit with local businesses and explore career options.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

2017-2018 LHS TSA Officers

Louisville High School Technology Student Association announces chapter officers for 2017-2018 school year.














(left to right)
President, Shakindra Hunt Secretary, Alexandria Love Treasurer, Tyianna Foster Reporter, Sadiyah Matthews Parliamentarian, Michael Edmond
Sgt at Arms, D'Angelo Triplett

Not pictured: Vice-President, Ryan Files Reporter, Maya Clay Historian, Tykevious Gates