- (First row, left to right) Morgan Seay, Peyton Reynolds, Emily Peters, Jessica Morrow, Bailey Tubb, (second row, left to right) Oscar Medina, Sara Warner, Robbie Hallmark, Selena Duran, Daniel Balding, Adrian Garcia, (third row, left to right) Donald Ramsom and Caleb Seay.
Thanks to Russellville High School being part of the Certiport Microsoft Specialist Certification program, several Business Education students have been able to earn their Microsoft Office Specialist certification, which allows students to be able to put a tangible, real-world skill on their resumes and college applications.
- (First row, left to right) Jessica Itter, Jada Smith, Andy Alvarez, (second row, left to right) Marvin Bentancourt, Trenton Strickland, Daniel Montiel, Nancy Pascual and Jesus Bentancourt.
This industry-recognized certification is the leading IT certification in the world. More than 1 million MOS exams are taken every year in over 140 countries. This certification demonstrates that students have the knowledge, skills and abilities to productively use Microsoft Office.
- (First row, left to right) Ana Karen Lara-Cruz, Emily Murray, Audrey Boyd, (second row, left to right) Jenny Lopez, Vanessa Fonseca, Chloe Plott, Melissa Hernandez, Will Bolton, (third row, left to right) John Tyler Morgan, Emilio Huerta, Mercedes Soto, Tiffany Borden, Brock Malone, Will Rushing, Hayden Suddith, Raul Mojica, Welington Cruz and Trejon Bonds. (Not pictured: Layne Boyd).
MOS promotes success in the classroom for students and instructors, builds individual distinction and prepares students for an increasingly competitive workforce.
- (First row, left to right) Hailey Brown, Lexi Partrich, Katie Putman, Odalys Gerardo-Rendon, Melissa Sebastian, Hannah Barnett, (second row, left to right) Andy Solares, Tom Barkley Scott, Alberto Lopez, Juan Lara-Trejo, Brandon Spear, Evan Richeson and Brayden Bendall.
Business Education teachers Dr. AnnaKay Holland, Deedra Moore and Susie Malone congratulated their students.