Three students place at DECA competition

Tate Miller and Layla Sabrah

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DECA competed January 25th at Newman university. Students in DECA competed in sports marketing, retail merchandising, food marketing & more.

“Students compete in areas in business that match their career goals,” teacher Jon Berseth said.
Twelve students went to the competition. They take a test & role play an interview.

A case study is given, “students are presented a problem like wrong order of food and they have to find way to solve the problem,”  Berseth said.
Senior Giselle Mosqueda placed 1st in food marketing, senior Caitlyn Meraz placed 3rd in personal financial literacy, and senior Zach Museousky placed 1st in business services marketing.
Berseth said, “These 12 students will be going to state DECA in Kansas City Missouri. & then those who qualify for nationals will be going to Atlanta, Georgia.”

DECA helps students problem solve everyday situations & in business.
“DECA does give kids an advantage so they can problem solve in their day to day lives.” Berseth said.

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Three students place at DECA competition