LHHS teacher and student receive national recognition
|Lake Havasu High School drafting teacher Brian Aranguena and student Michael.|
Congratulations to Lake Havasu High School drafting teacher Brian Aranguena and his student Michael. The A.D.D.A. (American Design and Drafting Association) has selected Mr. Aranguena as the A.D.D.A. Instructor of the Year and his student Michael as A.D.D.A. Student of the Year.
A.D.D.A. is a nationally recognized organization that certifies everything from Architects to Mechanical Draftsman as well as Drafting textbooks and Drafting programs at the high school, technical school, and university level. A.D.D.A. has certified our own LHHS drafting program, it's instructor, and students that are successful in passing the certification examination.
Both Michael and Mr. Aranguena have been asked to attend the A.D.D.A.'s 54th Annual Technical & Educational Conference in Kansas City, Missouri to receive their award. A.D.D.A. will be covering their conference registration and meal expenses. Both winners will be featured in the conference brochure, and Mr. Aranguena has been asked to make a presentation about his highly successful LHHS drafting program during the conference.