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East Central ACE team shares ideas with UTSA


East Central ACE team shares ideas with UTSA
East Central High School’s ACE Mentorship program advisors Rill Pruski (far left) and Andrew Gomez (center) join student team members (l-r) Tyler Bryant, Kyle Real, Erick Razo, Adrian Menor De Orate, Rogelio Reyes, and Aldrin Alon Alon at the program’s End of Year Presentations at UTSA. The team designed a new UTSA sports stadium.


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Students from East Central High School’s Architecture, Construction, and Engineering (ACE) Mentorship program presented their designs for a new UTSA sports stadium at the ACE Mentor Program End of the Year Student Presentations event May 4, at UTSA’s downtown campus. The team consisted of six students, who were led by Andrew Gomez, Rill Pruski, and Jonathan Kavanagh, along with volunteer industry leaders from Turner Construction, LPA Inc., Muniz & Co., and SEA.  . . .

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