Four students from École Secondaire Notre Dame High School recently competed in the the 2020 Skills Alberta Virtual Competition. (Photo from Facebook)

Four students from École Secondaire Notre Dame High School recently competed in the the 2020 Skills Alberta Virtual Competition. (Photo from Facebook)

Red Deer students compete in Skills Alberta competition

Virtual competition held this year

Notre Dame High School students were put to the test during the 2020 Skills Alberta Virtual Competition last week.

The contest gives students the ability to showcase skills they learned through their career and technology studies classes.

Judging will be complete by Friday, with a live-streamed awards ceremony on May 29 at 6:30 p.m.

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Notre Dame students who competed include Alexi Morcom in hairstyling, Jayne Evans in job skill demonstration, Liam McAulay-Gigliotti in culinary arts, and Stephanie Blokland in culinary arts.

“We are thrilled that our students were still able to compete in the Skills Alberta Competition virtually this year.

“The competition is a perfect opportunity to showcase what students have learned in their classes,” said principal Rose McQuay.

For more information on Skills Alberta, visit https://skillsalberta.com/skills-alberta-virtual-comp



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