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Flagstaff Students Take Home Big Honors

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Flagstaff Students Take Home Big Honors

Many local students from the Flagstaff area were honored for their hard work and dedication last month.

The 2018┬áCareer and Technical Student Organizations competitions were held on April 3 and 4 in Phoenix. There, 11 local high schoolers took home big awards. Here’s a roundup of the recipients and their achievements:

SKILLSUSA

  • Coconino High School student Brian Locke earned gold for his Automotive Program. He qualified for the national competition in Louisville, Kentucky this June.
  • Flagstaff High School student Katrina Nelson will also head to Nationals after earning gold in screen printing.

Health Occupations Students of America: students in Dr. Aaron Tabor’s bioscience class placed first and third and are moving on to the national competition.

FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) Program

  • Matthew Heick from Flagstaff High School earned a silver medal in knife skills
  • Sage Johnson from Flagstaff High School took home a silver medal in Focus on Children
  • Sarah Peace from Flagstaff High School was awarded the bronze medal in cupcake decorating, while fellow student Abigail Pulley from Flagstaff High School got silver.
  • Logan Smithson from Flagstaff High School won the silver medal in chicken fabrication while Yanin Sebastian Cardoza took home gold.
  • Dylan Green was awarded the silver medal in baking basics

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