More than 100 students from Liberty High School, Liberty North High School's Gateway Program, North Kansas City High School, Oak Park High School, Staley High School, Winnetonka High School, Pin Oaks Education Center, Park Hill High School, Park Hill South High School and Chillicothe High School took part in the 2017 Northland Job Olympics held Friday, April 21.
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Looking over a table of groceries, Tyler Robinson of Liberty High School takes his turn competing in the stocking shelves event.
At the end of a mock check-out line, Bill Green of Liberty High Schools bags groceries for the judges.
Liberty North Principal Marty Jacobs presents Liberty North Gateway student Daniel Lehenbauer with his gold medal for computer skills competition.
Liberty High School's Sahra Aden sorts recyclables into separate bins for one of her Job Olympics events. Aden took first place in the event.
Sara Wilson high fives Liberty North Principal Marty Jacobs as she accepts her gold medal for sorting and mail delivery.
Balen Abdulla of Winnetonka High School competes in the silverware-rolling event.
Liberty High school Assistant Principal Brett Coffman presents Austin Murphy with his medal for the laundry sorting competition.
The entire Liberty High School team of competitors, teachers and volunteers celebrate a successful Job Olympics.
Putting the finishing touches on her work, Lydia Ford of Liberty High School demonstrates her table-setting skills. Ford took third in the competition.
Competitors and volunteers from Liberty High School gather for a group photo following the medal ceremony.
Exhibiting her child care skills, which won her a gold medal, Liberty High School's Hailey Bray comforts a baby doll after changing its diaper and feeding it.
Marquis McAdams of Liberty High School puts a bowl in place for his gold-medal-winning table-setting event entry.
Tyler Lewis of Liberty North HIgh School's Gateway Program cleans a table in the wiping tables competition.
Putting a pair of pants into their proper size category, Curtis Mayabb of Liberty North High School's Gateway Program competes in the clothes-hanging competition of the 2017 Northland Job Olympics Friday, April 21. Mayabb took first place in the event.
Denver Boucher of Oak Park High School organizes grocery items in the shelf-stocking competition, for which he placed second.