Cosmetology Students Succeed At Regional Event

SkillsUSA Members in Sewanhaka’s cosmetology program took part in a SkillsUSA Regional Competition.
SkillsUSA Members in Sewanhaka’s cosmetology program took part in a SkillsUSA Regional Competition.

SkillsUSA members in Sewanhaka Central High School District’s cosmetology program participated in the SkillsUSA Regional Competition.

Congratulations to the following students, who achieved success in various competitions at the event:

Junior Cosmetology competition

  • New Hyde Park Memorial’s Yolanda Fuentes (first place)
  • New Hyde Park Memorial’s Isis Flores (second place)

Employment Application Process competition

  • H. Frank Carey’s Alexandra Luciani (second place)

Job Interview competition

  • New Hyde Park Memorial’s Zareen Goolcharran (second place)

Prepared Speech competition

  • Elmont Memorial’s Shanika Analiese Springer (first place)
  • H. Frank Carey’s Shannon Giddens (second place)

Promotional Bulletin Board competition

  • Sewanhaka’s Isabella DaSilva and New Hyde Park’s Bianca Suppa (first place)

—Submitted by the Sewanhaka Central High School District

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