DECA students excel at competition


From Staff Reports



DECA students recently competed in a competition at Mt. Olive University.


Clinton City Schools was represented by Clinton High School at the DECA regional competition held on Thursday, Dec. 17 at Mt. Olive University.

During the event students had to take a 100 question test and complete a role play during the competition. Venetia Mann was the lead teacher and is instrumental in getting the DECA students involved and showcasing their talents and hard work.

District officials said congratulations should be shown for the students for showing excellence in their divisions and for being gracious in receiving their “Top 10” title.

• Kristen McCalop and Emily Sumner won top 10 overall in Apparel and accessories

• Maggie Parrish top 10 in role play for Principles of Marketing

• Gage Jackson won top 10 on test and top 10 overall in Quick Serve

• Jacob Bauman won top 10 on test in sports marketing

• Logan Spell and Jacob Bauman top 10 role play and top 10 overall in sports marketing

• Austin Johnson and Zack Parker top 10 overall in sports marketing

Previously known as the Delta Epsilon Chi and Distributive Education Clubs of America, the organization consists high school and college students and teachers with interest in marketing, management and entrepreneurship.

From Staff Reports

DECA students recently competed in a competition at Mt. Olive University.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_DECA-2.jpgDECA students recently competed in a competition at Mt. Olive University.
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