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Celebrating HOSA State Leadership and TSA Winners
Posted on 04/02/2021

Celebrating HOSA State Leadership and TSA Winners

The Douglas County School District has a lot to celebrate as we share the good news from this week. We are excited to share athletics state championships, conference awards, and more!

2021 HOSA State Leadership Conference Champions

  1. Jessica Wang (RCHS) - 1st Place - Medical Math
  2. Sahithi Mathukumilli (MVHS) - 1st Place - Prepared Speaking
  3. Kimberly Whitmore, Bella Lewis (RCHS), and Alice Sun (MVHS), - 1st Place - Community Awareness
  4. Ava Krier (MVHS), Sophia Bettis (MVHS), Allison Pruitt (MVHS), and Praveena Eswaran (MVHS) - 1st Place - Public Service Announcement
  5. Ashritha Yedla (RCHS) and Hannah Isherwood (MVHS) - 1st Place - Forensic Science

Technology Student Association (TSA)
MVHS Medal Winners
Animatronics 1st Pierce Avner, Ritvik Durgempudi, AJ Giron, Tanis Klemm, Jackson Reynolds, Travis
Biotechnology Design 1st Amber Martus, Shruti Narwaney, Quynh-Chi Nguyen, Sanjana Sakholkar, LiAn Song, Amogh Varanasi
Children's Stories 1st Kelsie He, Serin Lee, Chelsea Smith, Mackenzie Smith, LiAn Song
Comic Book Design 1st Annabella Mullen, LiAn Song
Engineering Design 1st Steffie Desrosiers, Taekyung Kim, Serin Lee, and Evan Wendling
Essays on Technology 1st LiAn Song
Fashion Design and Technology 1st Kelsie He, Serin Lee, Chelsea Smith, Mackenzie Smith
Forensic Science 1st Maya Jones, Ashton Lambert
Geospatial Technology 1st Dylan Holobaugh, Aleks Vilums, Landon Weaver
Music Production 1st Anabella Mullen, Quynh-Chi Nguyen, Jatin Potnuris, Neha Ramachandra, Sanjana Sakholkar, Amogh Varanasi
Chapter Team 2nd Riya Bhat, Taekyung Kim, Shruti Narwaney, Jatin Potnuri, Sanjana Sankholkar, Amogh Varansi
Digital Video Production 2nd Ritvik Durgempudi, AJ Giron, Tanis Klemm, Jackson Reynolds, Travis Smith
Extemporaneous Speech 2nd Annabella Mullen
Fashion Design and Technology 2nd Riya Bhat, Isabella DeBoer, Amber Martus, Amogh Varanasi
Global Logistics 2nd Suhani Dangre
Video Game Design 2nd Maya Jones, Gaby Page
Webmaster 2nd Will Hooper, Carter Kavalec, Aleks Vilums
Biotechnology Design 3rd Kelsie He, Serin Lee, Jatin Potnuri, Neha Ramachandra, Chelsea Smith, Mackenzie Smith
Essays on Technology 3rd Kelsie He
Software Development 3rd Jake Bridge, Taekyung Kim, Shruti Narwaney

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