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Twenty-two headed to International DECA competition

  The Lima Senior High School DECA program will send 22 students to the International Competition April 23-27 in Atlanta. The students qualified after this past weekend’s state contest. Below are the results. 1st Place: Integrated Marketing Campaign – Service: Tillie Nelson and Keegan Halliday Business Solutions: Emma Schick and Charlese Ferris 3rd Place: Community […]

 

The Lima Senior High School DECA program will send 22 students to the International Competition April 23-27 in Atlanta.

The students qualified after this past weekend’s state contest. Below are the results.

1st Place:

Integrated Marketing Campaign – Service: Tillie Nelson and Keegan Halliday

Business Solutions: Emma Schick and Charlese Ferris

3rd Place:

Community Awareness Project: Domanique Peterson, LJ Layson and Zanyia Smith

Sales Project: Haley Shafer, Elsbeth Nelson and Evie Williams

Community Giving Project:  Lynnae Wheeler, Janya Henderson and Quintel Wilson

Career Development: Diante Griffin, Isaah Moore and Isaiah Russell

4th Place:

Innovation Plan: Addie Delph and Maddie Emerick

5th Place:

Human Resource Management: Gage Hipsher

GOLD Certification

Spartan Higher Grounds: King Shannon and Tommie Jefferson

Spartan Spirit Shack: Nick Sinthalaphone

Also making the finals, but not advancing to State:

Finalist – Financial Consulting: Mekhi Chandler

Top 10

Integrated Marketing Campaign – Product: Tatum Twining, Tiana Spivey and Anna Engberg

Financial Literacy Project: Alexis Burns, Carlos Harmon and Alyssa Warthem

Buying and Merchandising Research Project: Dylon Rodgers, Avion Simpson and Reece Waithe.

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