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PAHS DECA Club at Regional Competition

PAHS DECA Club at Regional Competition
Posted on 02/06/2019
PAHS DECA Club at Regional Competition

The Port Angeles High School DECA Club had 42 students compete at the Area 7 Regional event on Thursday, January 17, 2019 in Tacoma, WA. The PAHS students were among more than 800 DECA students competing for spots at Washington’s DECA state competition.

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All students did a great job at the competition and we had 20 students qualify for state!

PASD Regional Winners and State Qualifiers include:

  • Delaney Wenzl (11th grade) and Mikkiah Brady (11th grade) - 2nd Place in Buying and Merchandising
  • Josh Hill (11th grade) and Leo Ahlburg (10th grade) - 4th Place in Entrepreneurship
  • Treyton Walde (10th grade) and Katelyn Sheldon (10th grade) - 8th Place in Entrepreneurship
  • Cole Walsh (11th grade) and Skyler Cobb (11th grade) - 7th Place in Business Law and Ethics
  • Dru Clark (10th grade) and Teagan Clark (9th grade) - 7th Place in Financial Services
  • Meiqi Liang (11th grade) - 6th Place in Human Resource Management
  • Nacia Bohman (11th grade) and Felicia Che (11th grade) - 1st Place in Integrated Marketing Campaign (Event)
  • Rylee Lawrence (12th grade) - 2nd Place in Integrated Marketing Campaign (Event)
  • Isabella Money (11th grade) and Taylor Rixon (11th grade) - 3rd Place in Integrated Marketing Campaign (Event)
  • Aeverie Politika (12th grade) and Josie Ciaciuch (12th grade) - 6th Place in Integrated Marketing Campaign (Product)
  • Daniel Basden (12th grade) and Hannah Basden (9th grade) - 8th Place in Travel and Tourism Campaign

DECA stands form Distributive Education Clubs of America. Jennifer Rogers, Career Technology Education (CTE) marketing instructor, is the DECA faculty advisor for Port Angeles High School.

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Photo: Nacia Bohman (left) and Felicia Che, both 11th graders, came in 1st place in their category, Integrated Marketing Campaign (Event). This is their second year to team up together for competition.

“Advancing to state means we get to see where we stand against bigger schools,” said Nacia. “The competition will be stiff.”

“We work well together,” said Felicia. “We’ve worked hard to improve from last year, and I feel we have a better shot.”

For additional assistance, please contact:

M. Patsene Dashiell
Communications & Community Relations Coordinator
pdashiell@portangelesschools.org
Ph: 360-565-3703
Port Angeles School District
Central Services – 216 East 4th Street
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