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MHS BPA students qualify for state competition

            Mission, Texas- A dozen students from the Mission High School (MHS) Business Professionals of America (BPA) Chapter have qualified for state competition, with others who will serve as state alternates. The students qualified based upon their performance at the recent regional leadership conference.

            The MHS BPA students who qualified for state are: Sara Alonzo, first place, advanced office systems and procedures; Alejandro Hernandez, third place, advanced spreadsheet applications; Ashmin Torres, fourth place, advanced word processing; Diana Gamez, first place, basic office systems and procedures; Jenny Barrientos, first place, database applications; Daniel Vargas, fourth place, fundamental spreadsheets; Perla del Angel, first place, fundamental word processing; Kenya Salinas, integrated office applications; Shari Gomez, integrated office applications; Alan Castellanos, third place, JAVA programming; Victoria Trevino, first place, medical office procedures; Juan Reyna, second place, PC servicing and troubleshooting.

            The administrative support team also placed first at regionals and is advancing to state competition. Team members are: Kenya Salinas, Jenny Barrientos, Sara Alonzo, Diana Gamez.

            Other MHS BPA students who will serve as state alternates are: Robert Ramirez III, computer networking; Victoria Gonzalez, database applications; Brianda Tovar, fundamental spreadsheets; Vanessa Gamboa, graphic design; Estaban Pequeno, graphic design; Jizzel Maldonado, human resources management; Sonia Trevino, integrated office applications; David Medina, JAVA programming; Karla Gonzalez, presentation management. The following students also will be on the state alternate administrative support team: Jessica Rodriguez, Shari Gomez, Anahi Rosales, Ashmin Torres.

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