BPA regional winners advance to state

Eight students from the Washington County Career Center Business Professionals of America (BPA) organization who competed at the regional competition, which took place at Morgan High School in McConnelsville, won the honor of advancing to the state competitive events, in Columbus, on March 14 and 15. From this event, those students who place in the top of their category will have the chance to move on to the national level.

Those students who will be competing at the state level are:

– Advanced Office Systems & Procedures: Michaella Webster is a senior in the Health Information Technology program and the daughter of David and Candy Clark of Waterford and Steven Webster of Belpre.

– Advanced Word Processing Skills: Kaitlin Dennis is a senior in the Health Information Technology program and the daughter of Doug and Diane Dennis of Marietta.

– Fundamental Word Processing Skills: Marissa Sarringhausen is a junior in the Health Information Technology program and the daughter of Bill and Dawn Sarringhausen of Marietta.

– Integrated Office Applications: Ricki Beaver is a senior in the Health Information Technology program and the daughter of Rick and Donna Beaver of Devola.

– Medical Office Procedures: Summer Erb is a senior in the Health Information Technology program and the daughter of James and Holly Leary of Marietta; and Courtney Streight is a senior in the Health Information Technology program and the daughter of Gary and Natasha Streight of Waterford.

– Network Administration Using Microsoft: Billy Leedy is a junior in the Computer Graphics program and the son of Karen Bevaque of Lowell; and Brandon Nash is a junior in the Computer Graphics program and the son of Dr. John and Victoria Nash of Marietta.