SkillsUSA Competition

Park Hill Students Qualify for State SkillsUSA Competition
This is the image for the news article titled Park Hill Students Qualify for State SkillsUSA CompetitionSeveral Park Hill School District students qualified for the state SkillsUSA competition through their performance at the district competition that took place in February. Those that place first at the state competition in March will advance to the national competition this June.

The following Park Hill High School students qualified for state:
• Veronique Johnson, senior, second place, crime scene investigations team event
• Carter Kreutziger, junior, first place in Career Pathways Showcase: law, public safety and security team event
• Abigale Leu, junior, second place, professional development technology information and third place in Career Pathways Showcase: government and public administration team event
• Max Noll, junior, second place in action skills
• Hannah Raynor, senior, first place, crime scene investigations team event and first place in Career Pathways Showcase: government and public administration team event
• Christina Schank, junior, second place, basic health care skills and second place in Career Pathways Showcase: health sciences team event, and third place, professional development technology information
• Annie Sweetwood, junior, second place, crime scene investigations team event; third place, criminal justice technology information; and fourth place, opening and closing ceremony team event

The following Park Hill South High School students qualified for state:
• Kasey Ayres, junior, second place in Career Pathways Showcase: transportation, distribution and logistics team event
• Stephen Estes, senior, first place, power equipment technology information and second place, diesel technology
• Leighanne Farnsworth, senior, second place, early childhood education and early childhood education technology information and fifth place, opening and closing ceremonies team event
• Brian Johnson, senior, third place in the Career Pathway Showcase: law, public safety and security team event
• Jake Sayre, junior, second place in the Career Pathway Showcase: transportation, distribution and logistics team event
• Daireus Thomas, junior, first place Career Pathway Showcase: law, public safety and security team event
• Ryan Thomas, senior, third place, crime scene investigations team event