Oakdale High School has once again left its mark on the map as an outstanding school in competition. The OHS Occupational Olympics team brought home a number of top three honors as well as being named the Large School Overall Award Winner.
The 34th Annual Stanislaus County Occupational Olympics and Career Exposition was staged on Thursday, March 21 at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds in Turlock. Approximately 770 students from a number of Stanislaus County high schools participated in 19 competitive events. In addition to the competitive events, 62 business/industry representatives exhibited and spoke to students during the Career Expo.
The list below is a compilation of the first through third place winners from Oakdale High School:
Ag Engineering/Construction Trades: Jack Verdegaal, Third Place.
Agricultural Equipment Technology: Matthew Perry, Third Place.
Automotive Technology: Cameron Goodrum, First Place; Branden Benedix, Second Place and Colton Walker, Third Place.
Hairstyling: Jessica Jericoff, First Place.
Introduction to Business Applications: Vanessa Aguiniga, First Place; Anahi Valverde, Second Place; Hailey Cabral, Third Place.
Job Seeking Skills: Grace Verdegaal, Second Place.
Marketing Mathematics: Breanna Campbell, First Place; Kyle Franklin, Second Place.
Medical Occupations: Lucas Ryun, First Place; Kassidy Houck, Second Place.
Portfolio Review: Dean Dodge, Third Place.
Pitsco Drag Racing Heavy Weight Class: Brooks Bonde, Third Place.
Pitsco Drag Racing Design: Jessica Jericoff, First Place; Colton Walker, Third Place.
Salad Preparation And Display: Holly Dickson, Second Place.