Students Earn National Trip

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Fifteen students from St. Maries High School traveled to the Business Professionals of America state conference in Boise March 12 through March 14.

Six students qualified in their events to compete at the national conference, which is May 6 to May 9 in Anaheim, Calif.

Six St. Maries students qualified for nationals at the state Business Professionals of America competition. There are Kaylene Peet, Arie Sands, Liz Bloomsburg, Paytyn Wemhoff, Kari Ghramm and Alexis Cordell.

Six St. Maries students qualified for nationals at the state Business Professionals of America competition. There are Kaylene Peet, Arie Sands, Liz Bloomsburg, Paytyn Wemhoff, Kari Ghramm and Alexis Cordell.

Alexis Cordell and Kari Ghramm qualified with a second place in presentation management. Kaylene Peet finished second in basic office systems to qualify. Paytyn Wemhoff was third in administrative support research and will compete at nationals.

Also competing at nationals will be Arie Sands, who had a fifth place finish in medical office procedures, and Liz Bloomsburg, who was third in computer modeling.

Students who placed in the top 10 at state were: Erin Kennelly, Kyle Jarvi, Warren Renfrew and Bethany Scott in economic research team; Alexis Cordell and Kendall Brusseau in advanced word processing; and Paytyn Wemhoff in legal office procedures.

There were no students who qualified for nationals from Kootenai High School. Bill Brebner, teacher at Lakeside, said he did not have results as of press time.

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