DECA students place at conference
From School Reports
On Jan. 15, members of the Webster County Career and Technology Center’s DECA student organization competed in the DECA District II Career Development Conference in Olive Branch.
Jessica Surma and Corrina Windrick won first place in Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making. Haley Pate and Malakia Kuhn won second place in Marketing Communications Team Decision Making. Bailey Stacy earned third place in Principles of Marketing, and Joseph McKee placed third in Principles of Business Management & Administration.
Haley and Malakia are second-year Business Management students, while Jessica, Corrina, Bailey and Joseph are first-year students in Business Fundamentals. Both courses are taught by Dionne Hodges, who also serves as adviser for DECA.
DECA students (front) Jessica Surma, Bailey Stacy, Malakia Kuhn, (back) Corrina Windrick, Joseph McKee and Haley Pate.