Students in Kell High School’s career-tech program took home third place in a computer programming competition at Georgia Tech! Joey Kopanski, Alex Ronquillo and Brandon Bodem received certificates and prizes for their placement in the event; Austin Tatum and Coleman Spinks also participated in the competition. The group also met Wayne Wooten, computer graphic artist for Pixar and Georgia Tech alumni! Wooten discussed his education in computer science and how it led him to Pixar, where he was part of the programming teams for Monsters Inc., Cars, The Incredibles and Toy Story 3. The team is advised by teacher Beth Zullo, who instructs computer science and career-tech courses at Kell.