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Clarkston DECA "Takes-Over" - 05/17/17

Clarkston, WA - Clarkston High School's DECA Chapter is sponsoring the 37th annual DECA Takeover at Gateway Square on Friday, May 26th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Students will train for eight days prior to the takeover day and learn every aspect of the position they're assigned. There are eight businesses involved in the DECA Takeover this year with 120 students divided amongst those businesses: Clarkston DECA "takes over" area businesses including: Albertsons, Starbucks, McDonalds, Taco Time, Arby's, Gateway Golf, and Kenzie's Koffee's three locations. In addition to area businesses, DECA students are also completing job shadow experiences in the health, education, manufacturing, and financial industries.

DECA is an association of marketing students, an international organization that allows students to learn about all the different aspects of marketing and business. The DECA Takeover day is a great experience for employees and students alike. Albertson's will run in-store special sales in each of its departments. Contact Lynn Carey at 758-9724 with any questions.


Logan Heflin Awarded Mr. CHS 2017 (Photo) - 05/15/17

Clarkston, WA -- On Tuesday, April 25, 2017 six seniors from Clarkston High School took center stage to compete for Mr. CHS. Hats off to Jayden Bergulnd, Logan Heflin, Nicholas Hoffman, Raven Holt, Cooper, Knutson, and Tyler Mattson for taking part in this annual event. Congratulations to Logan Heflin for being honored as Mr. CHS 2017!

2017 Awards:
Logan Heflin, Mr. CHS 2017
Cooper Knutson, First Runner-Up
Jayden Berglund, Fitness Award
Cooper Knutson, Talent Award
Logan Heflin, Academics Award
Nicholas Hoffman, Class Award

This year's event was organized by a committee of senior girls which included: Grace Frazier, Olivia Hocum, Alyssa Johnson, Gracie Nelly, and Emma Williams.


Attached Media Files: Mr._CHS_3.JPG , Mr._CHS_1.JPG , MR_CHS_2.JPG
Clarkston School District Announces New Principal of Clarkston High School - 05/08/17

The Clarkston School District Board of Trustees met Monday night to name Doug LaMunyan the new 2017-18 principal at Clarkston High School. Mr. LaMunyan comes to the Clarkston School District having spent the past ten years in the Pomeroy School District. From 2007 to 2013 he served as the Jr/Sr. High School Principal adding the title of Superintendent to his duties as well in 2013. Prior to his years in Pomeroy, Doug served as a teacher of math and science, as well as a coach and athletic director in Rosalia and Timberline (ID).

Mr. LaMunyan will officially join the school district Monday, July 3, 2017. Clarkston School District Superintendent Tim Winter said, "We are excited to welcome Doug to Clarkston High School and to the Clarkston School District. It is a tremendous benefit to CHS, our district and the Clarkston community as a whole to have a person of Doug's experience and passion for working with young people join our team."

Clarkston High School DECA International Competition Finalists (Photo) - 05/03/17

Clarkston, WA - Clarkston High School DECA took 31 students to compete at the International Career Development Conference April 25--29, to Anaheim, CA. There were over 20,000 students that competed at this year's conference. Clarkston DECA members did a great job representing DECA and Clarkston High School at the DECA International Competition. We have AWESOME students!!

Top 16 Finalists:
Red Ribbon Week -- Public Relations Project "Courage to Change"
Hunter Hansen, Alena Hale, and Halle Berg

Top Ten:
Spike for the Cure -- Community Service Project
Molly Eggleston, Alicia Heitstuman, Ryen King