Each year the Wisconsin Technology Education Association honors education and industry professionals who have demonstrated outstanding service and commitment to Technology Education. This year Hudson Middle School’s Project Lead the Way Technology Education Program was selected to receive the WTEA Middle School Program of the Year Award.
On March 6th, Hudson Middle School Technology and Engineering teachers attended the WTEA awards banquet and were presented with this prestigious award. The WTEA awards committee was particularly impressed with the student centered approach this group of teachers has, that not only provides students with the opportunity to learn so much about Technology and Engineering, but to also demonstrate this learning in real world settings. The committee particularly noted the accomplishments of Hudson Middle School students in STEM competitions and the annual Women in STEM Night.
Presenting the award was WTEA President Phil Bickelhaupt and sponsor representative, Kathy Moehle of Goodheart-Willcox.
Pictured from left to right: Aaron Harker, Christopher Deleon, Kathy Moehle and Jodie Bray.