The state SkillsUSA Competition was Thursday and Friday last week. We took 24 students up to SLCC to compete in their respective fields. We had a whopping 15 medals with a few just outside of the podium. 8 students qualified to attend nationals in Atlanta this June. Listed below are the results.
FFA had the opportunity to attend State FFA Convention
Proficiency Award: Award that recognizes students for their SAE (home-based projects) - State Winners
Salem Hills FBLA had a wonderful experience at State. Kylee Cahoon, Jocie Neria, Andrea Johnson, Dylan Nielsen, Joshua Barrett, Lydia Hill, Michael Mayfield, Aileen Maldonado, Miguel Topete, and Kyle Fuel.
Lydia Hill and Michael Mayfield placed third in the category of Digital Animation are eligible to compete at FBLA Nationals in Atlanta, Georgia this summer.
Kyle Fuel placed 6th in the area of Computer Problem Solving and was awarded a gold seal on his certificate, signifying that his score was among the top level of competence in that area.
Mrs. Ford’s Business Office Specialist students have the unique opportunity to become Microsoft Office Specialists by taking the industry-recognized MOS exams. Students who earn these certifications will possess marketable skills that will get them hired faster, and give them high-growth, advancement, and salary opportunities right out of high school!
The following students (some not pictured) have earned a Microsoft Office Specialist certification for Microsoft Word:
Our MMHS FBLA club members took home multiple awards at the state FBLA competition this week! I'm so proud of them for their hard work! Several of our students qualified to attend the national competition in Atlanta, GA this summer!
Hospitality & Event Management, Gavin Murray & Keslee Van Orman, 5th place
Business Management, Gavin Murray & Keslee Van Orman, 10th place
Marketing, Gavin Murray & Keslee Van Orman, top 12 finalists
Exciting news! I am thrilled to share that Liberty Jenkins, a high school student, has been interning with Springville City Attorney John Penrod. Throughout her time with the attorney's office, Liberty has had the opportunity to watch court proceedings, learn about the files used in court, read police reports, and even watch police cams.
The MMHS CTE Department has selected its Outstanding CTE Seniors of the Year and would like to recognize them for their excellence in their CTE classes and clubs.
Kyler Huff -- Digital Business Applications
Karter Barbakos -- Agriculture
Allie Prestwich -- Early Childhood Education
Donna Wright -- Internship
Jessi Macias -- Agriculture
Lucy Kilpatrick -- Family & Consumer Sciences
Triston Jensen -- Photography
Alyssa Orgill -- Culinary Arts
Ben Cornaby -- Welding
Miles Browne -- TV/Video/Photo
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