CHADRON, Neb. - Every year high school students from South Dakota, Wyoming, and Nebraska compete in the Chadron State College Scholastic Competition.
The students compete in a large variety of tests, from Advanced Math to Physical Education to Wildlife Management.
This year, Hot Springs High School was represented extremely well by juniors Leah Deering, Gina Elmore, Dani Miller, and Kassia Symstad and seniors Courtney LaMont and Sarah Nelson.
Leah Deering participated in Art Drawing and Physical Education Sports Knowledge.
Gina Elmore participated in American History as well as taking first in Agronomy and Rangeland Management and Equine Management.
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Courtney LaMont took second in Teaching Presentation.
Dani Miller participated in Advanced Math.
Sarah Nelson participated in American Government.
Kassia Symstad took second in Vocabulary and first in Flash Fiction.
Their advisor for the Chadron State College Scholastic Competition was Valerie Sword.