2019 SkillsUSA District Honors

High School Students Earn SkillsUSA Honors
This is the image for the news article titled High School Students Earn SkillsUSA HonorsTwenty Park Hill and Park Hill South high school students qualified to represent the Northland Career Center in the SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference in Linn, Missouri, from April 4-6.

PHHS

Emmett Bulla, diesel equipment skill contest, first place; diesel equipment technology information test, second place
Jessica Flanagan, sheet metal tech information test, first place; technical spelling test, second place
Steven Ray, extemporaneous speech, first place
Garrett Raynor, community service team member, first place
Max Sweetwood, diesel equipment technology information test, first place; quiz bowl team member, first place
Riley Heustis, community service team member, second place
ReYanna Sawyer, community service team member, second place
Aaron Schank, criminal justice skill contest, second place; criminal justice technology information test, second place

Park Hill South

• Trevor Hall, career pathways – human services team member, first place
• Dain Harris, welding sculpture, first place; job interview, second place
• Ryan King, criminal justice skill contest, first place
• Nickolas Marshall II, career pathways – transportation, distribution and logistics team member, first place
• Morgan McGhee, career pathways – transportation, distribution and logistics team member, first place; technical spelling, third place
• Jackson Minor, culinary arts skill contest, first place; culinary arts technology information test, first place
• Adelina Morales, commercial baking skill contest, first place; commercial baking technology information test, first place
• Vincent Morrione, career pathways – transportation, distribution and logistics team member, first place; quiz bowl team member, second place
• Kevin Nevins, career pathways – human services team member, first place; crime scene investigation team member, first place
• Matt Revers, restaurant service skill contest, first place; career pathways – human services team member, second place
• John Tovar, action skills, second place
• Kylie Register, career pathways – human services team member, third place