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Business and Marketing Educators´ Association of the Capital District--Outstanding Business Students



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DATE: June 9, 2020
FROM: Donna Shepardson, [email protected]
BUSINESS AND MARKETING EDUCATORS´ ASSOCIATION OF THE CAPITAL DISTRICT

The following seniors have been selected as Outstanding Business Students in the Capital Region. This is the 28th year that the Business and Marketing Educators' Association of the Capital District (BMEA) has sponsored this recognition. The students have been selected by their high school business teachers for their outstanding academic achievements, good character, and work ethic in business education courses. The following students have taken several college-level business classes in the College in the High School programs in subjects such as Marketing, Accounting, Computer Applications (Microsoft Office), and Finance. Many students have also become members of the Business and Marketing Honor Society sponsored by the New York State Business Teachers´ Association. The Business and Marketing Educators´ Association would also like to recognize Sarah Loman from Guilderland High School and Bianca Carzo from Shenendehowa High School who were selected to receive scholarships sponsored by BMEA. Congratulations to these outstanding students.

Celiamarie Decancio, Bethlehem HS; Business Instructor, Tracy Farrell

James Young, Greenwich Central School District; Business Instructor, Brenda Lee Saunders

Kason Romanowski, Columbia High School, Donna Shepardson, Katrina Gruet, and Stephanie Ferlazzo

Lauren MacKey, Niskayuna High School; Business Instructor, Janice Lindsay

Kimberly Wilner, Niskayuna High School; Business Instructor, Janice Lindsay

Holden Decker, Galway Central School District; Business Instructor, Shauna Sitts

Bianca Carzo, Shenendehowa Central School District; Business Instructor, Christine Kelly

Emelene Burek, North Colonie Central School District; Business Instructors, Jaimee Shipley and Lauren Squadare

Samuel Verdile, Burnt Hills - Ballston Lake High School; Business Instructor, Jennifer Wheeler

Grace O'Brien, South Glens Falls High School; Business Teacher, Jim Woodard

Sarah Loman, Guilderland High School; Business Teachers, Michelle Schwendinger, Joan McGrath, Sarah Hubbard, and Kate Newbegin

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