April 27, 1998

School

WHS DECA students attend national conference

  Woodinville High School DECA, an association of marketing students, recently attended the DECA Washington State Career Development Conference. Four students, Kristina Rudeen, Jayson Whaley, Nicole Pelaez, and Devin Dance, earned the honor to compete at this year's National Career Development Conference (NCDC) held in Denver, Colorado on April 24-29. In addition, Jayson Whaley was elected Area III President which is a Washington DECA state officer position.
  
   DECA is an association that teaches high school marketing students business skills critical for success in today's business world. This year DECA members have participated at Fall Leadership Conference and Western Region Leadership Conference. They helped raise over $600 for the Northwest Burn Foundation. Woodinville High School DECA advisor, Mr. Paul Glenovich, tells his students, "I would like to give every student within Northshore School District the opportunity to learn and excel through DECA projects, conferences, and competitions." Woodinville High School is currently raising funds for NCDC. If you would like to help or contribute, contact Paul Glenovich at 425-489-6700