Eleven area high schools competed in the 2012 Minot State University Technology Day held at Minot State University on Wednesday. Students are pictured on the front steps of Old Main at MSU on Wednesday.
Underwood High School won first place overall. Team members included Jeremy Wirtz, Megan Hotten, Kaylee Tishmack, Teri Heidelberger, Brianne Halstead, Charley Auck and Emily Johannes. Their instructor is Julie Driessen.
Individual awards follow.
MSU Technology Day 2012 participants.
Accounting: 1Vincent Campanale, Westhope; 2Taylor Kunz, Berthold; 3Elsa Condit, Kenmare.
Business law: 1Megan Hotten, Underwood; 2Jon Rosencrans, Powers Lake; 3Linsey Mogard, Surrey.
Desktop publishing: 1Dan Gallagher, Berthold; 2Kaylee Tishmack, Underwood; 3Molly Lodoen, Westhope.
Document production: 1Taylor Folmer, Powers Lake; 2Teri Heidelberger, Underwood; 3Haden Cargo, Max.
Introduction to business: 1Zach Barbee, Kenmare; 2Logan Clark, Powers Lake; 3Stetson Tintes, Westhope.
Spreadsheet: 1Taylor Simons, Berthold; 2Charley Auck, Underwood; 3Aerika Skalicky, Surrey.
Web page design: 1Emily Johannes, Underwood; 2Hunter Davis, TGU-Granville; 3Shanta Zietz, Des Lacs-Burlington.
MSU Business Education students planned the event. They included Ben Berg, McKenna Larson, Nikki Holmen, Alyssa Landry, Mallory Brodal, Courtney Albertson, Isaac Friesen, Liva Rovig, Whitney Walsh and Michael DeLorme. Jan Repnow, business teacher education instructor, coordinated the event.