North Farmington senior dominates in state IT competition


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first_img Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) North Farmington HIgh senior Grace Zalubas took home more than a dozen awards from the the 91st Annual Michigan Industrial Technology Education Society (MITES) State Competition.Grace Zalubas (Farmington Public Schools)A number of Farmington Public Schools’ (FPS) Engineering and Architecture students competed in the event, which was held May 8 – 11 at Shanty Creek in Bellaire.Zalubas won the top architecture award with her NEF High-Speed Study Zone design. She also brought home a Divisional Award for the Best Project at the junior/senior level, for her exterior rendering of a fire station.Here’s a recap of all FPS student awards:North Farmington High SchoolGrace Zalubas – GRAND AWARD – Commercial Working Plans, Divisional Awards – Exterior Rendering, 1st Place – Architecture Presentation Rendering, 1st Place – Architecture Walk-Thru Animation, 1st Place – Interior Photo Realistic Rendering, 2nd Place – Architectural Model, and 6th Place – 3D Printed Plastics Model House, Gold Key – Art Portfolio – Scholastic Art Awards in the Architecture and Industrial Design Category, Gold Key – Architectural Watercolor – Scholastic Art Awards in the Architecture and Industrial Design Category, Best in Category – Architecture and Industrial Design – Scholastic Art Awards, 1st Place – 6 State Regional – moves onto the National NEF Design Drafting Awards – National Association of Women in Construction Education Foundation (NAWIC), 1st Place and $150 – Local Region NEF – NAWIC competition, Michigan 2019 Breaking Traditions Award and Outstanding Technical Achievement Award Kevin Bass – 1st Place – Self-Reeling Fishing RodJon Vaysman – 2nd Place – Intruder AlarmLamia Tank – 3rd Place – Hand Architecture Drawing, 5th Place – 3D Printed Plastics Model House, 9th Place – Architectural Model and Honorable Mention – Residential Working PlansMatei Gheorghiu – 7th Place – Exterior Rendering and 8th Place – Architectural ModelFarmington High SchoolMadelyn Newton – 1st Place – Interior Design BoardNick Michaels – 1st Place – CNC Mill 2D-Signs and 2nd Place – Mechanical Drawing Photo Rendering of Assembly – Hackbot and 3rd Place – CNC Mill 3D-Blocks Harrison High SchoolNazeer Abuchaar – 1st Place – Technical Writing – Urban Development and SustainabilityEmily Steslicki – 2nd Place – Instructional Aid – The Cardboard Boat Regatta and 3rd Place – Technical Writing – Urban Development & Sustainability Samantha Fleeter – 4th Place – Technical Writing – The Mousetrap CarKaleb Jackson – 4th Place – Technical Writing – Designing a Go KartJeremiah Loewen – 4th Place – Wood Frame House (3/4″=1′ scale)Ryan Starrs – 4th Place – Wood Frame House (3/4″=1′ scale)“MITES gives our engineering, architecture, and auto students an opportunity to compete against their peers in the state in many real-world categories and competitions,” Amy Porter, Architecture and Engineering Teacher at North Farmington and Farmington High Schools, said in a press release. “I am proud of North Farmington and Grace Zalubas for taking home the two top honors in the Architecture category.” Reported bylast_img

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