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Twenty Sulphur Springs High School BPA Students Advance to State Competition

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Twenty-seven Sulphur Springs High School BPA (Business Professionals of America) students competed at the regional level this past Saturday. The competition was held virtually this year, with students competing at the high school campus. Twenty students are advancing to the State competition to be held virtually March 2-6, 2021. 

Advancing to State:

Cameron Beard – 2nd Place Banking & Finance

Katlyn Noe – 4th Place Banking & Finance

Jacob Semler – 1st Place Intermediate Word Processing

Mika Boren – 2nd Place Basic Office Systems & Procedures

Peyton Willis – 3rd Place Basic Office Systems & Procedures

Ryan Mitchell – 1st Place Computer Network Technology

Jacob Beggs – 1st Place PC Servicing & Troubleshooting

Talley Brown – 1st Place Interview Skills

Perla Tinajero – 2nd Place Interview Skills

Daniel Soto – 2nd Place Payroll Accounting

Makayla Pullen – 1st Place Administrative Support Research Project

Emily Atkinson- 2nd Place Administrative Support Research Project

Kelsea Meadows – 1st Place Digital Media Production

Kinslei Smallwood – 2nd Place Ethics & Professionalism

Jessica Snyder – 1st Place Advanced Spreadsheet Applications

Jack Bain – 3rd Place Legal Office Procedures

James Goggans – 1st Place Business Law & Ethics

Joel Villarino – 1st Place Java Programming

Kenia Herrera – 2nd Place Graphic Design Promotion

Ashland Hooten – 2nd Place Prepared Speech

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