Anthony “Bubba” Barraza competed in the Job Olympics on Friday, November 18th, in Lyons, Kansas. He competed in 4 events: Stacking/Sorting Boxes, Folding washcloths, Sorting Coins-Telling Value, and Assembly line (with nuts, washers, and bolts)
Job Olympics is a competition developed to promote transition and employability skills for a broad spectrum of high school students in special education. There were 107 students competing in 49 different job skills. Students could sign up for 4 different events.
Good Job Bubba!!