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Wilson Central ProStart students headed to nationals

Staff Reports • Updated Apr 12, 2018 at 7:00 PM

The Wilson Central High School ProStart team fared well at the state ProStart competition March 10, and it’s management team is headed to the national competition. 

A Wilson Central management team also placed second in the state competition, and the culinary team finished third, which was the first placement in Wilson Central history in culinary. 

Wilson Central’s Nicole Roning received ProStart teacher of the year. Wilson Central’s Kassidy Heimbach received best in class management honors, and Wilson Central’s Dylan Huett received best in class culinary honors at the ProStart state competition. 

The competitors received a combined total of more than $268,000 in scholarships. 

Dylan Huett received best in class, an individual award chosen out of all the culinary competitors. 

Kassidy Heimbach received best in class, an individual awards chosen out of all the management competitors. 

Nicole Roning received ProStart teacher of the year. 

Also, out of all the awards, Wilson County received all of them but one. Lebanon High School placed third in management and second in culinary.

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