Stephenson BPA

The Stephenson High School chapter of the Business Professionals of America competed at the regional conference in Escanaba earlier this month. Members are, front row from left, Tiffany Kurz, Natalee Kragie, Jenna DeYoung, Lilly Grinsteiner, Alyssa Verba and Madison Bergquist. Second row, from left, Gavin Corey, Lilyan Wagner, Kayela Putnam, Olivia Reynolds, Logen Olson, Joelle Beaudo, Buckley Corey, Jonas Priebe, Krystle Kuntze, Lily Thoune, Laci Paidl, Allie Cappaert, Brette Starzynski and Daisy Grinsteiner. Back row from left, Layla Engel, Morgan Bergquist, Sydney Ebsch, Griffin Brown, Luke Paidl, Tyler Engel, Tristan Kacynski and Ethan Oczus

ESCANABA—More than 300 students descended upon Bay College in Escanaba on Jan. 7 to demonstrate management, marketing and technology skills at the Business Professionals of America regional conference. Student members of the Stephenson High School Chapter of BPA showed their skills and brought home the gold for their efforts. As a result of their success, 23 Stephenson students qualified to represent their school at the state level competitions in March.

Capturing 1st place awards were: Computer Animation Team members Buckley Corey, Gavin Corey, Ethan Oczus, Donald Strazzinski; Parliamentary Procedures Team members Joelle Beaudo, Alyssa Verba, Morgan Bergquist, Griffin Brown, Allie Cappaert; Alyssa Verba in Digital Marketing Concepts; Allie Cappaert in Parliamentary Procedures Concepts; Lilly Grinsteiner in Graphic Design Promotion; Lileana Thoune in Administrative Support Research Individual; and Lilyan Wagner in Basic Office Systems and Procedures.