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 KHS Students Show Who's 'BOSS'

May 14, 2008 - The B.O.S.S. program is provided by the Eastern Indiana Regional Workforce Board through a strategic skills initiative competitive grant awarded by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. The purpose of the B.O.S.S. project is to advance entrepreneurship in eastern Indiana.

The curriculum was developed and the training was provided through a contract with Indiana University East in Richmond. Knightstown High School business teacher Ginny Lumpkin was the Henry County instructor.

The local competition was held Wednesday, May 7. There were four judges who determined the placing. The judges were Chris Allen from First Merchants Bank in Middletown; Ric Barr, owner of Castle Pawn Shop; Elizabeth Heintz, director of the Henry County Chamber of Commerce; and Melissa Modesitt, director of the Henry County Danielson Learning Center.

Five freshman students from Knightstown High School completed a business plan, and over $2,000 was distributed among these students according to their placing. Students participating included Kathleen Weiland, Cory Back, Katey Bilsky, Jordan Mullen and Zach Mullen. Weiland and Back qualified to participate in the regional competition on June 24 at Richmond High School.

 

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