SkillsUSA

Students Earn SkillsUSA District Honors
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Twenty students from across the Park Hill School District earned honors in the regional and state SkillsUSA competition through the Northland Career Center, with six students qualifying for the national competition in June.

Northwest District Placement

PARK HILL HIGH SCHOOL

  • Hayden Andrews (LEAD Innovation Studio) — second place in criminal justice technical information
  • Conner Corbin — first place for the industrial and engineering technology team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase
  • Austin Davidson — first place for the industrial and engineering technology team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase
  • Emma Everts — first place in criminal justice technical information; first place for team crime scene investigation
  • Dakota Howell (LEAD) — first place in criminal justice
  • Riley Long — first place in diesel equipment technology skill contest; second place in diesel equipment technology information
  • Ashlynn Stirewalt — third place in technical spelling 

PARK HILL SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL

  • Jordan Callihan — third place for the industrial and engineering technology team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase
  • Nolan DeBrincat — third place for the human services team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase; third place in culinary management technical information; third place for extemporaneous speaking
  • Duncan Holsted (LEAD) — first place in information technology services skill contest; third place in computer repair technology information
  • Chloe Morales — first place in SkillsUSA knowledge technical information; third place in job skills demonstration
  • Max Stanley (LEAD) —  first place for the human services team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase

State Placement

PHHS

  • Hayden Andrews (LEAD) — fifth place in criminal justice technical information; fifth place team in criminal justice quiz bowl
  • Allie Caldon — first place team in criminal justice quiz bowl; first place team and national qualifier in quiz bowl
  • Larry Charles — fifth place in automated manufacturing technology information
  • Conner Corbin — fourth place for the industrial and engineering technology team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase
  • Austin Davidson — fourth place for the industrial and engineering technology team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase
  • Emma Everts — fourth place for team crime scene investigation; second place in criminal justice technical information
  • Denny George — sixth place team in quiz bowl
  • Dakota Howell (LEAD) — first place and national qualifier in criminal justice; fourth place in criminal justice technical information; first place team and national qualifier in quiz bowl
  • Riley Long — sixth place team in quiz bowl
  • Summer Lucas — first place team and national qualifier in quiz bowl; fourth place team in criminal justice quiz bowl
  • Preston Salyer — first place team in quiz bowl
  • Aiden Stremmel — fifth place team in criminal justice quiz bowl
  • Ashlynn Stirewalt — third place in technical spelling

PARK HILL SOUTH 

  • Duncan Holsted (LEAD) —  second place in computer repair technology  
  • Chloe Morales — first place and national qualifier in job skills demonstration; second place in SkillsUSA knowledge technical information
  • Jordan Callihan — fifth place for the industrial and engineering technology team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase
  • Nolan DeBrincat — second place and national qualifier in extemporaneous speaking; third place for the human services presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase; sixth place in culinary management technical information
  • Mark Parr — fourth place team in quiz bowl
  • Max Stanley (LEAD) — first place for the human services team presentation in the Career Pathways Showcase
  • Jamari Westbrook (LEAD) — first place team in criminal justice quiz bowl; first place team and national qualifier in quiz bowl