Nease Engineering Teacher Wins Award to Study Civil Engineering in Spain, Greece and Italy
Morgan Hunter, an Engineering teacher at Nease High School, is a 2017 Fellow for Fund…
More than 2,000 students from all over the state competed in the annual DECA state competition, March 2-4. Bartram Trail DECA had a record performance qualifying 19 students to the international competition which will be held in Anaheim next month. Some events required the students to write a 30 page paper on a particular topic and give a 15 minute business presentation. Other events involved a test and the presentation of a business case role play. Students have been preparing for this competition since September 2016.
Our chapter also won the GOLD level chapter award which is based on our club activities. However, the real highlight of the weekend was the excellent behavior of the 63 students that attended from BT.
THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP IN GETTING THESE STUDENTS PREPARED FOR THIS EVENT!!!
Sarah Lopez & Payton Ruehling—1st Place Financial Operations Research
Katie Martin—2nd Financial Consulting
Corinne Petlick, Savannah & Katie Paduano—2nd Place Community Service Project
Shruti Police & Mira Makanji–2nd Place Learn & Earn Project
Jenna Gay—3rd Place Marketing Communications
Emilee Ivan & Justina Griffith—3rd Place Public Relations Promotion Plan
Logan Cannan—4th Place Personal Financial Literacy
Supriya Palli—5th Place Franchise Business Plan
Regan Clark & Jacob Hoelle—4th Marketing Management Team
Erin Ulmer & Kyle Vezey—5th Place Financial Operations Research
Alexa Schultz & Emily Bulthuis—5th Financial Literacy Promotion Plan
Scholarship Winners—Sofia Camacho, Katie Paduano, Savanna Paduano, & Corinne Petlick