STUDENTS COLLECT BUSINESS AWARDS; Freeman High Wins Honors at State Meet

By Leinberger, Lisa | The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA), April 21, 2012 | Go to article overview

STUDENTS COLLECT BUSINESS AWARDS; Freeman High Wins Honors at State Meet


Leinberger, Lisa, The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA)


Earlier this month, 26 members of Freeman High School's Future Business Leaders of America chapter attended the 2012 State Leadership Conference in Seattle. Each competitor had to place in the top five at their regional conferences, and some of Freeman's students now qualify to compete at the National FBLA Leadership Conference in San Antonio in June.

Freeman students named for their accomplishments are: Cody Dickinson, state champion in cyber security; Bethany Williams, state champion in public speaking 1; Dickenson and Gregory Ruby, state champions in network design; Grace Rudy, second place, hospitality management; Bethany Williams, second place in word processing 1; Hanna Weathers and Katie Pintar, second place, desktop publishing; Moriah Longhurst, third place, introduction to business communications; Danny Cossey, Brette Schmidlkofer and Weathers, third place in marketing; Dickinson, third place in technology concepts; and Brooke and Bethany Williams, fourth place in emerging business issues.

Students who made the finals but didn't make it up on stage for their work included Colin Ayers and Brett Sinden in banking and financial systems; Samantha Strothman and Brooke Williams in business ethics; Hunter Beaulaurier in help desk; and Elizabeth Kosanke and Weathers, job interview.

Dickinson, Bethany Williams, Ruby, Rudy, Weathers, Pintar and Longhurst will move on to the national conference.

SUMMER SCHOOL

Central Valley School District has announced its summer school schedule and programs for 2012. The district is launching a new STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Academy curriculum for elementary, middle and high school students, along with 20 high school academic credit courses. Sports camps will be available at University and Central Valley high schools.

The summer nutrition program will be offered at Broadway Elementary School, 11016 E. Broadway Ave., Mondays through Thursdays. Breakfast will be available from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. and lunch will be served from noon to 12:45 p.m. from June 25 through July 26. The meals are offered at no cost to all children 18 and younger.

Fees for summer school range from $75 to $175 and tuition waivers are available for eligible students. …

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