Nine BEA students advance to state competition

First Place in Programming - Phoebe McClincy and Carissa Matthiesen (Not Pictured, Charlotte Harris).
First Place in Digital Movie - Carson Spence, Austin Huyett, and Luke Bloom.
First Place in Web Page Design - Lacey Geyer and Michael Bailey (Not Pictured, Casey McClellan).

Nine Bald Eagle Area Tech Team members advanced to the Pennsylvania State Computer Fair Competition, after earning first place slots at the regional contest. BEA students earned top honors in Web Page Design, Digital Movie, and Programming categories at the Central Intermediate Unit 10 (CIU10) Regional Computer Fair, held March 2 at the Bald Eagle High School. The students will compete at the Pennsylvania State High School Computer Fair Competition at Dickinson College, in Carlisle, on May 23. Sharon Nilson is the advisor for the BEA group. BEA first place winners, pictured with CIU10 Information Technology Facilitator, Tom Rowles, are, top photo, First place in Web Page Design, Lacey Geyer and Michael Bailey (not pictured, Casey McClellan); middle photo, First place in Digital Movie, Carson Spence, Austin Huyett, and Luke Bloom; and bottom photo, First place in Programming, Phoebe McClincy and Carissa Matthiesen (not pictured, Charlotte Harris).

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