NTH@C Sends 14 DECA Competitors to State
Congratulations to fourteen learners from New Tech High @Coppell who placed in the Top 10 during their first-ever Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) competition last weekend in Garland. A well-attended event, the conference attracted over 800 learners with team and individual categories including hospitality services, travel and tourism, marketing, management, finance, and more. Success in Garland earned them an opportunity to compete at the state DECA conference in late February.
Below is the list of learners advancing to State:
Madi Traver and Maggie Sproul - Hospitality Services Team
Taylor Clark and Johanna Skarbek - Marketing Communications Team
Maddy Shay and Maria Benavides - Buying and Merchandising Team
Rebekah Penton and Alex DeMasters - Travel and Tourism Team
Ricky Bengani - Entrepreneurship Participating - Independent Business Plan
Luke Armstrong - Apparel and Accessories
Rebecca Carroll - Principles of Finance
Nimisha Jain - Principles of Marketing
Travis Sadler - Principles of Business Management
Kirsten Massaviol - Principles of Hospitality
Additionally, Maggie Sproul campaigned for a District Officer position for the 2015 - 2016 school year, and she earned the spot of Vice President of District XI DECA for next school year!