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Muscogee Schools: Students honored for work in Career, Technical and Agricultural Education

Several Muscogee County students have won national awards for their work at conferences on Career, Technical and Agricultural Education.

Students attended the SkillsUSA National Conference in Kansas City, MO in June and the Future Business Leaders of America conference in Nashville, Tenn. in July.

Students won the following awards at the SkillsUSA conference:

Olivia Gibson, Jordan High - 2nd place Job Interview

Maya Walton, Jessica Thornton and Andrea Takemoto, Shaw High - 3rd place Tech Prep Showcase

Ashley King, Jordan High - 8th place employment application.

Julian Plowden, Antuanae Parker and Tara Shiver, Jordan High - 10th place Promotional Bulletin Board

Jasmine Alfred and Julian Plowden, Jordan High - President Obama's Volunteer Service Gold Award

Jacob Hopkins, Jordan High - President Obama's Volunteer Service Bronze Award

Students won the following awards at the FBLA conference:

Carver High's FBLA Chapter - 6th place for their annual chapter financial report

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