Area students earn BPA honors

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Fourteen St. Maries High School students will advance to the state Business Professionals of America (BPA) Conference in March. The students qualified by competing at the regional BPA event Dec. 15.

Two students from Lakeside High School are also advancing to the state competition, which will be at Boise State University, March 8-11.

Students from St. Maries High School who qualified for the state BPA competition were (front, from left) Taylor Humphrey, Kaci Haeg, Madison Cordell, Kaylene Peet, (back) Dakotah Wilks, Kelsey Auer, Emma Hofmaister, Cooper Daniel, Dylan Miller, Hunter Hagan, Toby Young, Brayden Brusseau and Samantha McNulty. Not pictured: Elizabeth Bloomsberg

Students from St. Maries High School who qualified for the state BPA competition were (front, from left) Taylor Humphrey, Kaci Haeg, Madison Cordell, Kaylene Peet, (back) Dakotah Wilks, Kelsey Auer, Emma Hofmaister, Cooper Daniel, Dylan Miller, Hunter Hagan, Toby Young, Brayden Brusseau and Samantha McNulty. Not pictured: Elizabeth Bloomsberg

From Lakeside, Lillian Rhea placed third in legal office procedure to advance. Sarah Daman qualified by placing second in advanced word processing.

Lakeside High School student Sarah Daman also advanced to the state Business Professionals of America competition.

Lakeside High School student Sarah Daman also advanced to the state Business Professionals of America competition.

Lakeside High School student Lillian Rhea also advanced to the state Business Professionals of America competition.

Lakeside High School student Lillian Rhea also advanced to the state Business Professionals of America competition.

From St. Maries, Cooper Daniel placed first in fundamental word processing and Taylor Humphrey was second. Madison Cordell qualified in two events with a second place finish in intermediate word procession and third place in advanced office systems.

Kaci Haeg qualified in two: first, advanced office systems, and third, intermediate word processing. Kaylene Peet advances to state in three events bringing home a first in advanced word processing and integrated office as well as a second in advanced office systems. Dakotah Wilks was first in basic office systems and third in advanced word processing.

Also qualifying at regionals were Brayden Brusseau, second in basic office systems; Toby Young, third in fundamental spreadsheet; Samantha McNulty, second in advanced spreadsheet; Hunter Hagan, first in legal office procedures; Dylan Miller, first in medical office procedures and interview skills; and Kelsey Auer, third in fundamental desktop publishing.

Finally Liz Bloomsburg was first in computer modeling to qualify for state and Emma Hofmaister was first in two events, digital media and graphic design promotion.

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