Woodland — Woodland High School’s SkillsUSA team members brought home six medals from the 2019 State Conference held in Yakima, and Kimberly Miller, a Woodland High School teacher who also serves as the team’s adviser, was picked as the SkillsUSA Adviser of the Year for Washington. SkillsUSA is a national program that offers high school students the opportunity to compete in 100 different workplace categories focusing on technical, workplace and personal skills. Camila Avelar won the silver medal in Early Childhood Education, Caleb Mouat won the gold medal for Prepared Speech and the bronze medal for Restaurant Service. Katelyn Paulson won the gold medal in Restaurant Service. Brooke Schimmel won the gold medal for Customer Service and the silver medal for Restaurant Service.