The Grangeville High School BPA group (Business Professionals of America) includes (front, L-R) Jolie Tosten, Holland Forsmann, Danielle Uhlenkott, Trent Hunter, Amrit Singh, Brandon Vetter and Krista Cerecero and (back, L-R) Sam Sturmer, Madison Suhr and Hailey Russell.
Contributed photo / Bruce Wassmuth
As of Tuesday, February 20, 2018
GRANGEVILLE On Jan. 19, 10 Grangeville High School students traveled to Lewiston to compete in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Regional Competition at Lewis-Clark State College.
From Grangeville, three students scored high enough in their category to advance to the state level. Madison Suhr placed first in business law and ethics, Krista Cerecero placed third in both basic office systems and procedures and fundamental spreadsheet applications, and Amrit Singh placed first in both economic research individual and business meeting management concepts.
State competition will be held in Boise March 8 - 10. Grangeville will be taking the students who qualified for state in competitive events along with active members to attend the state leadership conference. Those attending state include Amrit Singh (president), Trent Hunter, Sam Sturmer, Hailey Russell (vice president), Holland Forsmann (secretary), Madison Suhr, Danielle Uhlenkott (treasurer), and Krista Cerecero. Grangeville will be sharing transportation with Clearwater Valley High School in Kooskia going to the state conference.
Submitted by Holland Forsmann, GHS BPA secretary