Lansing High School Student Tyler Henson Wins Gold in SkillsUSA Carpentry Competition
Lansing High School is proud to celebrate the accomplishments of senior Tyler Henson, who has excelled in carpentry and construction through Kansas City Kansas Community College Pioneer Career Center (KCKCC PCC) Construction Pathway. Tyler recently participated in the SkillsUSA Kansas State Championships Conference in Hutchinson, Kansas, where he competed in the high school carpentry division and earned a well-deserved gold medal.
SkillsUSA is an organization dedicated to promoting excellence and skill development in America's workforce. The organization provides students with opportunities to hone their skills and compete against their peers in a variety of disciplines. For Tyler Henson, SkillsUSA provided the perfect platform to showcase his talents and demonstrate his passion for construction and carpentry.
Tyler is a student at both the Pioneer Career Center at KCKCC and Lansing High School. Under the guidance of his KCKCC instructor, Robert Jenkins, Tyler has developed his carpentry skills and has become a standout performer in the classroom and on the job site.
Tyler's gold medal at the SkillsUSA Kansas State Championships Conference is an incredible achievement, allowing him to compete in the National Championship this summer. There, he will be able to showcase his skills and represent Lansing High School and the KCKCC PCC on a national stage.
On behalf of Lansing USD469, congratulations to Tyler Henson on this remarkable achievement. We wish you the best of luck as you prepare for the National Championship and look forward to following your continued success in the years to come!