Business Students Earn State Honors

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Twenty-seven students in the Payson High School Future Business Leaders of America chapter won 15 trophies at the recent state leadership conference in Tucson, where the chapter also won second place overall.

Payson’s chapter won the bronze level of achievement for activities and achievements in the past school year.

Ashley Hoffman has been accepted into the National Business Honor Roll. The Network Design Team won $250 in scholarships. Eight student competitors qualified for the FBLA National Leadership Conference in late June, in Anaheim, Calif. Winners at nationals will receive prestigious scholarships.

Donations to PHS will help students pay for expenses to nationals. Contact the PHS bookstore at (928) 474-2233 or donate online at http://www.pusd.k12.az.us/phs/.

Winners include:

Savannah Flores: Fifth for Chapter Sign

Tyler Kennedy: Fifth for Network Design Team “B”

Nikolas Curi: Second for Introduction to Technology, and he will compete in nationals

Nathaniel Curi: First for Network Design Team “A,” for which he will attend nationals, and third for PC Help Desk

David Knauer: First for Network Design Team “A,” for which he will attend nationals, first for Cyber Security, first for Network Concepts, and fourth for Technology Concepts

Jerrod Walton: Fifth for Network Design Team “B”

Ashley Hoffman: National Business Honor Roll

Perla Guerequez: Fifth for Chapter Sign

Aman Sharma: Fifth for Network Design Team “B” and third for Network Concepts. He will attend nationals.

Harrison McKinney: Fifth for Introduction to Technology

Nicholas Lins: Fifth for Economics, for which he will compete in nationals, and fifth for Business Calculations

Dillon Walker: Third for Introduction to Technology, for which he will attend nationals

Bryce Wilcox: First in Network Design Team “A,” for which he will attend nationals, and second for PC Help Desk

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