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Richands High School Skills USA State Results

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Richlands High School SkillsUSA Chapter returned from the State Leadership and Skills Conference in Greensboro, NC April 28.  Over the course of three days over 2000 students competed in 124 different skills and leadership contests.  Richlands High School had 49 students competing in 15 different contests.  Out of the 49, 24 (49%) placed in their contest areas.  The following students for placing in their respective categories:


Architectural Drafting

                1st Place – Aaron Lennon

                2nd Place – Nick Reyer

                5th Place – Chandler Futrell


Crime Scene Investigation

                3rd Place – Kat Conrad, Emily Ketchum, and Sikia Kornegay


Health Occupation Professional Portfolio

                1st Place – Taylin Batchelor

                2nd Place – Hannah Blalock


Medical Assisting

                1st Place – Kamryn Montogmery


Medical Terminology

                1st Place – Atzirit Rubio

                2nd Place – Alyssa Phelps


Practical Nursing

                1st Place – Arlyn Garcia

                2nd Place – Breyana Williams

                3rd Place – Amber Bissette


Promotional Bulliten Board

                5th Place – Avery Grice, Mason Thon, and Ragen Willaford-Menefee


Quiz Bowl

                3rd Place – Johnathan Bullock, Caylei Hunt, Mason Leake, Shane Monteforte, Marsel Tapio, and

Christian Vanegas


Related Technical Math

                4th Place – Jason Lassila


All of the first place winners will continue on and compete at the National SkillsUSA Conference in Louisville, Kentucky in June.  In addition to the contest winners, Richland High School was recognized for being a Silver Chapter of Distinction.  There was only one community college who placed higher than RHS with this recognition.  We were also given an award for being in the top ten chapters in the state in membership.  Caylei Hunt and Marsel Tapio were recognized as outstanding chapter members.  Marsel Tapio received the Adam J. Thompson Award.  This award is given to honor and recognize a SkillsUSA member who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to spread the message and missions of SkillsUSA in their school and community.  It recognizes above average involvement in their local chapter and efforts to be highly involved at the regional and state levels. Caylei Hunt was also recognized for her year of service as a North Carolina SkillsUSA state officer. 


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