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B-C-S Board highlights DECA program

Pictured above (left to right) are Oak Harbor High School students Brenna Franck and Jordyn Dunn presenting to the B-C-S Board of Education on the highlights of the DECA program on August 26, 2014.

By Guy Parmigian, Superintendent, Benton-Carroll-Salem Local School District

On Tuesday, August 26, DECA members were the district highlight at the B-C-S Board of Education meeting. An overview of the program was presented to the board members. The program allows students to learn about business and marketing by experiencing business in action through participating in a variety of “real world” activities, classroom instruction, co-op experience, and the student organization, DECA.  Students in the program earn credits from Owens Community College in addition to Oak Harbor High School through dual-enrollment. 

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Oak Harbor DECA places third in the world

 

Third place winners Jordyn Dunn, Brandon Schimming and Brenna Franck.

On May 1 eighteen Oak Harbor DECA members traveled to Atlanta, GA, to compete at the International Career Development Conference. Over 16,000 students from around the world competed in their respective events. The team of Jordyn Dunn, Brenna Franck, and Brandon Schimming placed third in the Financial Literacy Promotion Event. Each of the team members also won a $2,000 scholarship from H&R Block, who sponsored this event.

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PCHS DECA selling charity car raffle tickets

Port Clinton High School DECA is selling raffle tickets for the 12th Annual Baumann Auto Group Big Charity Car Raffle. A $5 donation enters you in a chance to win your choice from five different 2014 cars--Chevrolet Malibu, Jeep Cherokee, Buick Verano, Hyundai Sonata or Ford Fusion. The drawing is held Sept. 27. You must be a licensed driver and 18 years old by the drawing date in order to purchase a ticket. The winner need not be present to win. All $5 goes to Ruth Ann’s House of Port Clinton. Make all checks payable to “Ruth Ann’s House”. For more information, contact PCHS DECA at 419-734-2147.

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