WHS senior Madison Warren represented district in Austin Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Waxahachie on March 06, 2015 by Staff Report Photo courtesy Waxahachie ISD. Waxahachie High School senior Madison Warren (left) met with Rep. John Wray (right) while in Austin from Feb. 12-13 for Capitol Day.WAXAHACHIE — Madison Warren, a Waxahachie High School senior who serves as the State Sergeant-At-Arms for the Texas Technology Student Association (TSA), represented the Waxahachie Independent School District at the 2015 Capitol Day for the Career and Technology Student Organization on Feb. 12-13, 2015 in Austin, TX.Texas TSA serves students enrolled in Career and Technical courses aligned with the Architecture & Construction, Arts, A/V Technology and Communications, Information Technology, and Manufacturing and STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math), career clusters.Madison spent her time in Austin training and preparing for her visit to the state capitol where she would visit with local legislators and members of the Texas Board of Education.Madison had the opportunity to visit with John Wray, TX House of Representative, District 10 and Sue Melton-Malone, State Board of Education Member, District 14 while in Austin. She talked with Wray about Career and Technology opportunities offered to her by Waxahachie ISD.While attending a dinner with the State Board of Education (SBOE) she was able to meet several members of the State Board of Education who she was able to talk about the courses she has taken in her four years of high school while attending Global High and Waxahachie High. She also had the opportunity to introduce Tom Maynard SBOE District 10 to the dinner guests as part of the program. You may also be interested in readingWISD named a Best Community for Music Education for second timeWISD School Board calls for $125 million bond electionRed Oak ISD lands $35,000 engineering grantWaxahachie hires Wade Goolsby as next police chiefWaxahachie Global High principal Don Snook resignsWaxahachie High School Art Department designs ornament for Capitol Christmas TreeWISD teacher under investigation for inappropriate conduct with studentWISD promotes Blaylock and ReedKen Lynch named principal at Global High SchoolWISD names new principal of Finley Junior High ← CARTOON: A.F. Branco – Warming FormulaRed Oak and Ferris ISDs to apply for makeup day waivers from TEA → You must log in to post a comment.