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WSA’s business leaders shine

<p>Sophomore Makayla Jackson shows off her medal a BPA competition.</p>

Sophomore Makayla Jackson shows off her medal a BPA competition.

The WSA Business Professionals of America team recently brought home multiple awards at the Regional Leadership Conference Workplace Skills Assessment Program.

 Senior A’Chanae King earned first-place awards for Parliamentary Procedure concepts and business meeting management. King also earned second place for computer programming concepts and for information technology concepts.

Senior Davion Darey earned first-place honors in information technology concepts and computer network technology, as well as a second place in financial math and analysis.

Sophomore Johnnie Hornsby earned a second place award for management/marketing and human resource concepts.

Sophomore Makayla Jackson earned first place in advanced spreadsheet applications, and Joevell Arnold earned first place in business spelling.

The team is headed to Grand Rapids on March 15-18 for its next competition.



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