WOODLAND — Woodland High School senior Caleb Mouat recently won the SkillsUSA State Championship with teammates Caitlin Nelson and Oliver Rosas. This year the event was held virtually due to COVID-19. SkillsUSA is a national extracurricular program that offers high school students the opportunity to compete in different workplace categories, including technical, workplace, personal, childhood education skills and more. Mouat won the state championship in the category for Prepared Speech and Extemporaneous Speech. He will move on to the national championship. “I am so proud of all three for sticking it out through all of the ups and downs of virtual competition,” said Kimberly Miller, CTE teacher at Woodland High School and adviser for the SkillsUSA team. “They are all champions to me.” Woodland High School students interested in joining SkillsUSA can attend any meetings to learn more. They can also reach out to Kimberly Miller at email@example.com or visit www.skillsusa.org for more information.