LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Heritage Technology Student Association (TSA), a group representing aspiring engineers, scientists and technologists from Livingston, recently competed and won awards at the annual NJ TSA Middle School State Conference that was held at The College of New Jersey.
The team collected four first-place awards with James Keltos winning first place in Electrical Applications; Vivek Kanpa taking first place in Prepared Speech; Sally Weng and Jenny Zheng winning first place in Structural Model; and Chloe Lam, Alicia Li and Tina Li winning first place in Tech Bowl.
Prathik Lolla won second place in Career Prep; and Eileen Yu won second place in Essays on Technology. Asma Khan won third place in Essays on Technology.
The annual NJ TSA Middle School State Conference is held every spring where middle school students from around the state compete in competitive events and the winners qualify to compete against students from all over the country at the National TSA Conference, which is held in a different location each year.