Mt. Pleasant Students compete in Automotive Skills Contest
Fifteen Mt. Pleasant High School students competed in the 22nd annual Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC)/Iowa Automobile Dealers Association (IADA) Automotive Skills Contest recently at the DMACC Ankeny Campus.
Pictured above are the Mt. Pleasant students who competed.
These students competed against nearly 300 students representing 16 high schools from across Iowa in the written portion of the contest. The Mt. Pleasant High School students were among the highest scorers and have advanced to the next and final round of the competition.
DMACC Automotive Technology Program Chairperson Jerry Burns said the winning teams of students will receive tools and equipment donated by the Iowa Automobile Dealers Association and their respective schools will receive automotive components to be used for training purposes. The DMACC Foundation will also be providing scholarships for each member of the winning team.