2018 SkillsUSA

High School Students Earn SkillsUSA Honors
This is the image for the news article titled High School Students Earn SkillsUSA HonorsPark Hill High School and Park Hill South High School students qualified to represent the Northland Career Center in the SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference in Linn, Missouri, from April 5-7.

Park Hill High School
Audrey Brooks, junior, first place in chapter display

Joe Adkins, senior, first place in career pathways showcase: transportation, distribution and logistics

Max Sweetwood, junior, first place in career pathways showcase: transportation, distribution and logistics, third place in diesel technology information

Lindsay Nelson, senior, first place in professional development technology information, second place in crime scene investigation

Jessica Flanagan, junior, first place in sheet metal technology information

Aaron Schank, junior, third place in chapter display, second place in professional development technology information

ReYanna Sawyer, junior, third place in chapter display

Emily Wagner, senior, second place in career pathways showcase: law enforcement/CSI, second place in technical spelling, second place in related technical math

Trisha Tanner, senior, third place in early childhood education technology information

Patrick Smith, senior, third place in power equipment technology, second place in power equipment technology information

Park Hill South
Adelina Morales, junior, first place in commercial baking and second place in job skill demo

Aldyn Leive, junior, first place in career pathways showcase: education and training, second place in early childhood education technology information

Claire Crane, junior, first place in career pathways showcase: education and training

Jacob Boyd, senior, first place in career pathways showcase: transportation, distribution and logistics, third place in diesel equipment technology, first place in quiz bowl

Kevin Nevins, junior, first place in crime scene investigation

Sydney Schmoe, senior, will be competing in the state community service contest.