Several Lima Senior High School Career Tech students will be heading to state contests next month after successful competitions last week.
Interactive Multimedia students Amy Dubuque placed first and Alyssa Bucher placed second in the Digital Publishing category at the Regional Business Professionals of America competition. Schools learned results of the competition earlier this week.
Dubuque and Bucher will now go on to represent Lima Senior and Region 16 in the State BPA Competition March 8 and 9 in Columbus
Dubuque also placed third in the Graphic Design Promotion. Peter Fike took home fifth place.
More than 40 DECA students are advancing to the state competition March 9 and 10.
Students participated in the Ohio District 3 competition last week. Along with those headed to state, several additional Lima Senior students made the podium at Districts and came very close to advancing.
Below are the results.
Students advancing to State
Advertising Campaign: Team of Allena Jackson and Leah Alsept
Team of Dalonte Manlety, Talor Washington and Kylee Mell
Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan: Jasmine Pinn, Kiara Daniel and Jordan Johnson-Glenn
Hospitality Selling: Huda Muhammad
Innovation Plan: Cora Bicknell
Marketing Management Team: Preshus Lowe and Kiara Buchanan
Financial Services Team: Ti’ara Spivey and Taryn Lesh
Sports & Entertainment Series: Cole Mericle
Quick Serve Restaurant: Darian Slaise
Restaurant & Food Service: Tatyanna Talbert
Marketing Communications: Ja’Myah Taylor
Retail Merchandising: Ki’asia Falls
Hotel & Lodging: Cameron Harris-Johnson
Human Resources: Naeem Russell
Accounting Applications: Brandon Snider
Personal Financial Literacy: Ryan Moore
Apparel & Accessories: Aerionna Robertson
Business Services: Reilie Lyons
Entrepreneurship Series: Christian Proby
Travel & Tourism Team: Amiah Allen & Kate Woods
Principles of Finance: Bryce Binkley
Principles of Hospitality: Syrus Mason
Students Making the Stage:
Advertising Campaign: Tae’sha Wilson
Professional Selling: Michael Daniel
Sports Promotion Plan: Colton Fry, Tyler Lesh & Sean Bicknell
Hospitality Team Decision Making: Alexis Cooper & Sue Henderson
Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making: Justin Stewart & Quantay Robertson
Sports & Entertainment Team: Jordan McClendon & Jaleel King
Principles of Business Management: Cassie Phillips
Students in several career tech programs are headed to the state Skills USA competition in April.
Students competed in the regional contest last week. Below are those students moving on:
- Welding students Linda Levan, Isaiah Roby and Scott Shaffer in Welding Fabrication.
- Engineering students Chris Bishop and Tyler Davis in Engineering Robotics and Automation.
- Auto Tech student Jevon Moore in Customer Service.