Riverside Schools Business Professionals of America members continued their tradition of success at the regional level, making 129 trips to the stage to collect their hardware for placing in the top 10 during a recent awards ceremony.
The career tech student organization has 117 members who took more than 400 contests to the regional competition. Thirty-nine Riverside students will advance to the state competition later in March.
In addition to team and individual contests, 21 student members received their Diplomat torch award. This is an award earned by students exemplifying high levels of leadership, service, cooperation, friendship, knowledge, and patriotism in their schools and communities.
The following students have earned spots at the state competition:
Fundamental Accounting – Julia Fleming; Banking & Finance – Sam King, Andrew Knight; Financial Analyst Team – Faith Brownlee, Jailyn Leeper; Economic Research Team – Briana Bradley, Simon Godwin, Rachel Knight; Personal Financial Management – Kelsey Burt, Hayden Sanford; Intermediate Word Processing – Brook Hunkler, Nataleigh Lewellen, Ayden Phelps; Integrated Office Applications – Dallas Hoffer; Basic Office Systems & Procedures – Zack Hall, Kristina Plank, Savanna Salo; Advanced Office Systems & Procedures – Hayden Gammell; Legal Office Procedures – Siera Barhorst; Administrative Support Research Project – Ashley Roach; Business Law & Ethics – Gage Stevenson; Fundamental Desktop Publishing – Ayva Stewart; Graphic Design Promotion – Sam Knight; Entrepreneurship – Alaina Snow; Small Business Management Team – Ava Klingler, Carter Kreglow, Rielee Richmond, Sienna Stewart; Human Resource Management – Daisy Armbruster; Parliamentary Procedure Team – Jorden Dunham, Jayden Hoffer, Jaidyn Jackson, Brice Kauffman, Tyler Knight, Gavin Orsborne, Kaleb Schindewolf; Presentation Management Individual – Jade Copas; Health Administration Procedures – Skylar Barhorst; Health Administration Leadership/Special Topics – Hailey Noggler.
Riverside advisers Lindsay Wyan and Courtney Deady applauded all their students’ efforts.