CV DECA students fare well in Area 11 conference
The Central Valley High School DECA chapter competed Dec. 14 at Spokane Falls Community College in DECA’s Area 11 Career Development Conference. The following students qualified to compete at the State Career Development Conference in Bellevue, Wash., in March.
CV had nine event champions: Haley Hogberg in food marketing; Kasey Clark in hotel and lodging and in entrepreneurship participating; Alanna Hamilton in marketing management; Katy Weisbeck in quick serve restaurant management; Jackson Axtell in principles of marketing; Jesse Shelton in advertising campaign; Madison Rountree and Alec Bumgarner in buying and merchandising; and Noel Neumann and Taryn Seacrist in marketing communications.
In second place: Darby Blanchard in accounting applications; Madisen DeGeest in apparel and accessories marketing; Jordan Vuong in food marketing; Rachel Saxby in human resources management; Savannah Rutter in quick-serve restaurant management; John Schutts in restaurant and food service management; Lexi Hovren in sports and entertainment marketing; Juliann Carver in principles of marketing; Adam Blyckert in entrepreneurship participating; Emily Conant in professional selling; Shelby Pace and Tyler Ribail in financial services; Adrien Vogel and Nick Mortimer in marketing communications; and Aaron Houston and Tyler Thompson in sports and entertainment marketing.
In third place: Nick Ramberg in automotive services marketing; Hunter Wardian in quick serve restaurant management; Molly Barnhart in retail merchandising; Aidan Dowling and Cobi Guerrinha in business law and ethics; Paige Tucker and Lauren Williams in marketing communications; and Carly Wolf and Haylee Millikan in travel and tourism.
Other state qualifiers include: Roni Dringle and Jonathan Frye in accounting applications; Jordan Reimer and Inder Chahal in automotive services marketing; Bhavneet Sidhu, Ben Hisel, Jonah Spencer and Austin Burrowes in business finance; Austyn Knudsen in food marketing; McKenzie Britain in hotel and lodging management; McKenzie McDonald, Adam Blyckert, Kathryn Munro and Gabe Grabowski in marketing management; Amberlynn Weber in quick serve restaurant management; Zack Termath and Emily Korotish in restaurant and food service management; Dustin Dach, Kazlyn Arthun-Roullier in sports and entertainment marketing; Amy Blyckert, Colton Peha and Ryan Yergen in principles of marketing; Leah Amsden, Rachel Casey and Brittney Carey in hospitality and tourism professional selling; Justin Alcala and Spencer Stephenson in business law and ethics; Hanna Bledsoe and Brett Rountree, Madison Laws and Molly Tabish, and Jordyn Awbery and Madison Bannon in buying and merchandising; Justin Fayant and Taptej Sidhu, Robert Duggan and Josiah Cunningham, Mark Beck and Cameron Himebaugh in financial services; Maci McLain and Delaney Fisher, Gaven Deyarmin and Danny Nimri in hospitality services; Grayson Sykes and Brandon McClung, Scott Hilpert and Ryan Deckard in sports and entertainment marketing; and Kristin Carroll and Shelby Nicholson in travel and tourism.
The group’s adviser is Robin Barnhart.
Summit School, 612 S. McDonald Road, in the Central Valley School District, has been named one of 22 Washington State Innovative Schools by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The school was chosen for best implementing “bold, creative and innovative” ideas.
“We are extremely proud of our Summit students, staff and parents for this well-deserved recognition,” said CV Superintendent Ben Small. “The creative learning environment at Summit enriches students as well as our entire district.”
The kindergarten through eighth grade school has been open since 2004 and serves 345 students.
The Central Valley School Board will not hold its regular meeting Monday due to a potential lack of a quorum.
The next CV School Board meeting will be Jan. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the district office, 19307 E. Cataldo.