The following students qualified to advance to the national competition in Chicago, scheduled for Wednesday-Saturday, April 25-28:
* Small Business Management team -- Conrad Koehler, Tyler Funk and Paige Stevenson: second-place,
* Medical Office Procedures -- Caleena Myers: fifth-place,
* Spreadsheet Application -- Minh Tong: second-place, and
* Spreadsheet Application -- Kyle Rice: fourth-place.
Two NHS students, NHS BPA President Cam Burdette and member Dustin Stevenson, earned the Statesman Torch Award for leadership in BPA, as well as their community.
The young men have submitted documentation to receive the national award in Chicago.
In addition, students are working on a variety of fundraisers including computer classes for Clay County adults wishing to learn more about using computers for the Internet, job applications, word processing, presentations and spreadsheets.
The classes are scheduled to take place April 10-11 and 17-18 at NHS.
For more information, call 448-2661, ext. 1260, and leave a message.
The cost is $50 for four sessions or $20 per session.