Tallmadge High School Software Tech 11 students fare well in BPA contests

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Tallmadge High School Software Tech II students fared well in the recent Business Professionals of America Contests in January.

Students competed against Summit, Medina and Portage County schools.

"The high scores and ranking are due to not only their skills in technology and business, but also their knowledge in English, math, science and social studies (criminal justice)," said instructor Joni Giles.

During the month of January, students participated in the contests and were awarded trophies and medals during a Feb. 4 ceremony. Winners are:

FIRST PLACE

Lauren Cyphert -- Banking & Finance

Madison Cyphert -- Administrative Support, Management Marketing HR

Jessica Deaton -- Payroll Accounting, Legal Office Procedures, Financial Math & Analysis Concepts

Anthony Rogers -- Project Management

Christopher Roy -- Business Meeting Management Concepts

SECOND PLACE

Hallie Allen -- Administrative Support

Morgan Alleshouse -- Project Management

Lauren Cyphert -- Financial Math & Analysis Concepts

Jessica Deaton -- Banking & Finance,

Jennifer Deaton -- Advanced Word Processing Skills, Basic Office Systems & Procedures

Paige Kagey -- Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications, Management Marketing HR, Financial Math & Analysis Concepts

Christopher Roy -- Medical Office Accounting

THIRD PLACE

Jessica Deaton -- Fundamental Accounting

Paige Kagey -- Banking & Finance

Nathaniel Rardon -- Insurance Concepts

SIXTH PLACE

Lauren Cyphert -- Keyboarding Production

Madison Cyphert -- Fundamental Word Processing Skills

EIGHTH PLACE

Morgan Alleshouse -- Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications

Charles Berg -- Advanced Word Processing Skills

TENTH PLACE

Morgan Alleshouse -- Fundamental Desktop Publishing

Nathaniel Rardon -- Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications

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