EDUCATION

Shadow Ridge, Dysart DECA students star at conference

Posted 1/11/23

Students from Dysart and Shadow Ridge high schools were recently honored in late 2022 at the DECA Western Region Leadership Conference hosted in Anaheim, California.

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EDUCATION

Shadow Ridge, Dysart DECA students star at conference

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Students from Dysart and Shadow Ridge high schools were recently honored in late 2022 at the DECA Western Region Leadership Conference hosted in Anaheim, California.

The competition allows students to compete in various business and marketing events.

Trystan Wright from Dysart High School received rd place overall in his section for marketing communications in the Western Region.

Shadow Ridge High School recognitions include:

  • Ellen-Marie MacKellar and Chloe Nowling — first place role play.
  • Elisa Gongaware and Lily McDaniel — second place role play.
  • Gavin Williams and Varish Yadav — third place role play.
  • Stephen MacKellar and Cohen Peters — third Place test.
  • Brooke Tantillo and Rebekah Vanzile — fourth place DECA garage.

DECA conferences are focused learning experiences for students and advisors that support National Curriculum Standards and the development of 21st century skills.

These conferences bring members into the larger DECA community while providing unique opportunities to extend classroom learning. Each of DECA’s conferences connects with corporate professionals to engage students in learning industry-related trends and content.

DECA is a career and technical student Organization specifically for students enrolled in CTE programs.

To learn about these programs in the district, visit dysart.org/CTE.