Students claim eight places, overall first place prize

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Verona High School business students placed in several events and took first place overall at the business contest at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami on March 1.

In the accounting division, Verona students swept the division. Rhiannon Evans took first, Witt Bobski was second and Caitlin Vidmosko was third. Evans also took first in general business and typing.

In personal finance, Jonathan Freiburger took second and Madison Shrum was third. Antony Maize claimed third in middle level typing.

Verona's business students are instructed by Susan Senninger.