Fifteen students from Springfield High School will enter Business Professionals of America competition in Minneapolis.  They  competed in Region 8 BPA Competition at Granite Falls  to earn a trip to state.   Pictured, front: Katie Rosenstengel, Hannah Johnson, Mariah Hoyt, Amanda Roiger and Carissa Evers. Back: Ella Bartz, Callie Wersal, Ashley Larson, Kate Quesenberry, Kaelyn Platz, Natalie Timm and Michaela Leonard.   Not pictured Zach Groebner, Cody Horman and Jaden Marks also advance

BPA headed to state competition

The BPA pledge states: “We are met in a spirit of friendship and goodwill as we prepare for careers in a world-class workforce.  We work together to develop professionalism and leadership through Business Professionals of America and pledge our loyalty to our nation.”  Advisor, Laura Prescott, proudly took 34 members who prepared to present their professionalism, leadership, and knowledge to the Region 8 contest in Granite Falls.  After the awards were given out, 15 students had qualified to advance to the state competition in downtown Minneapolis, March 12-14.  For more of the story read this week's Advance-Press.

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