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Magnolia High SkillsUSA 2023
Kate Hope

The Magnolia High School SkillsUSA Science Chapter recently competed at the Lamar Institute of Technology in Beaumont and of 30 students, 23 are advancing to the State competition later this month!

Students earned gold medals in 11 of the 20 events they competed in. They also earned seven silver, and three bronze medals with numerous students placing in the top 10. 

Congratulations to all of these students who competed:

First Place:
Katelyn Kuehn     Medical Terminology
Christian Kelton   Medical Math
Christian Kelton, Katelyn Kuehn, Victor Gomes, Alyssa Khan, and Rayan Qasem  for Quiz Bowl
Ivory Aguilar     Medical Assisting
Ryan Butler      Basic Healthcare Skills
Katelyn Kuehn  Nurse Assisting
Victor Gomes    Job Skills Demonstration "A"
Leslie Sanchez    Job Skills Demonstration "Open"
Myles Malbas, Jessica White, and Sam Santillan  for Chapter Display
Annie Hoffart, Gigi Osafo, and Jazmine Bryant  Promotional Bulletin Board
Rose Osafo    Health Occupations Professional Portfolio

Second Place:
Alyssa Kahn      Medical Math
Summer Mayes, Kinsey Wells, Ryan Butler, and Carys Maney   for Health Knowledge Bowl
Ryann Catlett     Medical Assisting
Myles Malbas     T-Shirt Design
Ryann Catlett    Job Skills Demonstration "Open"
Abicate Ray and Rose Osafo     EMT
Ryann Catlett, Jocelyn Murdock, Summer Mayes, Abicate Ray, Kinsey Wells, Allison Robichau, and Kennedy Munnings  for Opening and Closing Ceremonies

Third Place:
Leslie Sanchez     Nurse Assisting
Kinsey Wells       Basic Healthcare Skills
Ivory Aguillar and Dulce Barbosa     EMT

SkillsUSA empowers its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. We improve the quality of our nation’s future skilled workforce through the development of SkillsUSA Framework skills that include personal, workplace and technical skills grounded in academics.