High school plans to send 58 students to Skills USA conference
Paso Robles High School is planning to send at least 58 students to the Skills USA State Conference in San Diego on April 25-27. The students will compete in more than 20 different vocational categories, testing their knowledge and skills in fields like electrical wiring, plumbing, cabinet making, childhood development, auto mechanics and many others.
Paso Robles sent 95 students to compete in 36 different contests at the recent regional competition. Other Paso Robles students may
qualify for the state conference, depending on results at other regionals.
Paso Robles High School has one of the largest and most successful Skills USA programs in California.
Paso Robles High School teacher Randy Canaday runs the local Skills USA program. He recruits North County tradesmen and women to help prepare students for the regional, state and national competition. The 50th Annual National Skills USA Conference will be held in Kansas City June 23-27, 2014.