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Clarkston DECA Students Attending DECA ICDC in Atlanta, GA (Photo) - 04/20/18

Clarkston, WA - Clarkston High School DECA took 40 students to compete at the Washington State Career Development Conference March 1st – 3rd in Bellevue, WA. Nineteen of those students qualified for the International Competition in Atlanta, GA which will be held April 20th – 25th 2018.

DECA is a nation-wide vocational student organization for students enrolled in marketing-related courses. Over 3,500 DECA students competed at the state competition in Bellevue competing in a variety of events including: Chapter Team Events, Business Operations Research Events, Chapter Awards Project, and Business Role-Play Events. The 72nd Annual International Career Development Conference in will have over 22,000 competitors at this year’s competition. The following students qualified for the International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, CA.

Chapter Team Events:

  • Entrepreneurship Promotion Project—“Finding Entrepreneurship”       1st  Place
    •  Alyssa Johnston, Eva Millan, John O’shaughnessy
  • Learn & Earn Project—“Suit Yourself” Tux Project                                        6th Place
    •  Allie Jones, Mia Moore and Rachel Lauzon

Entrepreneurship Events:

  • Startup Business Plan—“The Sub Shop ”                                                    3rd  Place
    •  Nicholas Noland, Owen Boreson, Michael St. Marie

Online Events:                                                                                     Western Region Top 25

  • Stock Market Game
    • Corah Cassell

School Based Enterprise:

  • SBE Gold Level Re-Certification
    • Bantam Bean —Faith Lenz, Heidi Hansen, Claire Folsom
    • The DECA Deli —  Jaxson Allen, Brendan Reed, Peyton Kaufman

International Qualifiers:

  • Thrive Campaign—Clarkton DECA Chapter
    • Shane Grimm, Makinzie Packwood, Nate Savolainen
  • Elevate Academy
    • Gia Gonzales

Attached Media Files: CHS_DECA.jpg
JROTC Seniors
JROTC Seniors
Clarkston High School Air Force Junior ROTC Soars (Photo) - 03/26/18

Clarkston, WA - On Wednesday, March 14, 2018, JROTC Inspector Colonel Ben Young (Ret), visited Clarkston High School to conduct an overall assessment of the CHS Air Force Junior ROTC program. We are proud to announce the following results of the inspection.

"The Air Force Junior ROTC instructors and cadets of Charles Francis Adams High school in Clarkston, WA earned an overall unit assessment score of "Exceeds Standards" (the highest rating attainable) during their evaluation on 14-Mar-2018. Lieutenant Colonel Stephen L. Heflin and Technical Sergeant Douglas I. Lincoln, created a dynamic and supportive learning environment coupled with an excellent community outreach program. The instructors provided outstanding leadership in administering the cadet centered citizenship program. The Charles Francis Adams High School cadets performed exceptionally well and took great pride in leading and accomplishing their unit goals. The Charles Francis Adams High School Air Force JROTC citizenship program is making a positive impact on the cadets, the school, and the community." - Colonel Ben Young

CHS Lt. Colonel Heflin states, "Our success is a direct result of the support received from our District Leadership, our high school staff and administration, and our community. The JROTC program at Clarkston High School gives our students another opportunity and choice as they set their sights on their future goals. It provides a safe haven and sanctuary for over 100 students each year. Thank You to All in our community who support our Program."

Attached Media Files: JROTC Seniors