Cotter GT Seminar Class wins multiple honors at BOSS Competition

The Cotter High School Gifted and Talented Seminar Class won multiple honors in the BOSS Competition Wednesday at North Arkansas College in Harrison. The competition was organized through Northark and the Ozarks Unlimited Resources (OUR) Educational Service Cooperative in Bellefonte.

Cotter's team earned first place in market shares, profit and presentation. Students made business decisions for a multi-million dollar cellular phone corporation. The process began two months ago and ended Wednesday with a business presentation.

Cotter's team members were Tucker Coots, Dawson Burns, Cole Adams and Cameron Plumlee, and they were coached by Gifted and Talented coordinator Lisa Coots.

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