Judson ISD

Veterans Memorial Forms First BPA Chapter

The Business Professionals of American (BPA) is a group that supports and enhances the growth of those working in or planning to work in the business world. Many members are still students with dreams in this area.  Veterans Memorial High, with it being so new, is seeing a lot of "firsts," and the latest is the formation of its very first BPA chapter.  

Ten members of Veterans Memorial recently attended the Area 3, Region 3 Fall Leadership Conference at  the T-Bar-M Ranch in New Braunfels for the first time and soaked in the event.  They learned from special confidence and team bonding experiences along with events that focused on leadership.  It also included a tasty taco lunch.

With this being the first BPA chapter, these students took the time to establish the organization's leadership.  Jake Roxas is the first President, Sabrina Lagramenta is Vice President and Candon Martin garnered special recognition at this conference as a candidate for a state leadership role.  

Membership in the Veterans Memorial High School Chapter of Business Professionals of America is open to all Patriot students until November 15th. Please contact Mr. Dwayne Shorter or any member of the campus' BPA chapter if you'd like to know more.  


Dwayne Shorter

I am proud to have the opportunity to continue my service for the students at one of Judson Independent School District's premiere high schools.

Thank you Dr. Juarez for your confidence in me and a special thank you to Ms. Renee Laferriere for your consistent support for all Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO).s.

Bill Walton

Future Business Leaders of America !

Renee Lafreniere

Congratulations VHMS BPA students on your first successful event, and kudos to Mr. Shorter for your ongoing commitment to students!

Dominique A. Anderson

Mr. Shorter,

Job will done on opening up the first BPA chapter at VHMS. How can I help you with this chapter?

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