Student Technology Association

Advisor: Mr. Lathom

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a nationwide group comprised of over 150,000 middle and high school students. This association is the only student organization completely devoted to students interested in technology. TSA is supported by educators, parents, and business leaders who all understand the need for a technologically literate society. Over two thousand schools throughout the US are participants in the organization including Stroudsburg where we have a chapter of over 30 members. The student members here at Stroudsburg are educated through a diverse range of competitive events and various leadership opportunities. The group meets in the high school building every Wednesday at 2:30 to work together on projects, events, and fundraising activities.

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a Regional, State, and National Chapter Club for students who enjoy their Tech-Ed classes as well as working with Technology. TSA is an extra curricular activity program that engages students in additional instruction and skills building within the Technology fields.  The mission of the Technology Student Association is to prepare students for the challenges of a changing dynamic world by promoting technological literacy, leadership, and problem solving skills, resulting in personal growth and opportunities. TSA competes in events against other school districts throughout the region, state and nation. The competition involves numerous types of technological projects, leadership challenges, and prepared presentations. On April 14-17 Stroudsburg TSA took 27 Students to compete in a state wide competition. As a team Stroudsburg TSA earned 24 Awards including 5 trophies.  These awards are as follows:


High School Chapter

Structural Engineering- (3rd) Danny Perry, Mehmed Ouzounov
Materials Processing- (6th) Paige Elder
Flight Endurance- (5th) Mehmed Ouzounov
Chapter Team (Parliamentary Procedure)- (9th) Danny Perry, Jeff Strunk, Ben Pierce, Paige Elder, Mehmed Ouzounov, Alex Luck
Construction Systems- (2nd) Ben Pierce, Ethan Rundle
Manufacturing Prototype- (2nd) Dominick Battle, Dan Skinner, Ben Pierce, Ethan Rundle, Paige Elder
Tech Dare- (2nd) Ben Pierce, Danny Perry
Dragster Design- (10th) Ethan Rundle
Engineering Design- (10th) Ben Pierce, Ethan Rundle, Paige Elder, Alyssa Fell
Agriculture & Biotechnology- (2nd) Jeff Strunk, Jeremy Jones, Steven Bis
Cyberspace Pursuit- (6th) Steven Bis, Dan Perry, Alex Luck, Theresa Jackson, Alberto Neri, Lauren Casale, Will Termini
Bio-Medical Essay- (10th) Alberto Neri


The students that competed are as follows: (Seniors) Jeremy Jones, Jeff Strunk, Alberto Neri, (Juniors) Dan Perry, Mehmed Ouzounov, Ben Pierce, Ethan Rundle, Lauren Casale, Joe De Bartolo, Quesi Smith, Steven Bis, Theresa Jackson, Ifeanyi Chukwuma, Alex Luck (Sophomores) Paige Elder, Dan Skinner, Dominick Battle, Alyssa Fell, (Freshman) Allen Blakeslee, Nicole Deluca, Katherine Cruz, Amanda Weise, Troy Nordquist, Jayson Soto, Chris Kulp, Lucas De Bartolo (8th Grade) Ussein Ouzounov.  The Chapter is advised by Mr. Lathom and Mr. Qendro.  There will be 18 students that will continue onto compete at the National Conference at Baltimore over the summer.

TSA Group


Individual Picture