Hamilton DECA experiences success at state

Eighteen Hamilton High School DECA members competed March 7-9 at the Wisconsin DECA Career Development Conference in Lake Geneva.

The following students were recognized and will represent Hamilton at the DECA International Career Conference April 26-30 in Anaheim, Calif.:

  • Julia Gahr, fourth place overall, business services marketing and three medals;
  • Sophia Detweiler, fourth place overall, principles of business management and two medals;
  • Shiva Senthil, third place overall, principles of business management and two medals;
  • Mackenzie Jene, fourth place overall, quick serve restaurant management and three medals;
  • Logan Ambrookian and Andrew Tai, fourth place overall, travel and tourism marketing and three medals each; and
  • Maanya Kashyap, principles of marketing and two medals.

The following students have been invited to compete at the international conference based on high test and overall scores:

  • John Weber, Thrive Leadership Academy; and
  • Jessica Morgan, School-Based Enterprise.

Additional students who medaled include:

  • John Weber, food marketing, one medal;;
  • Andrew Tai, economics excellence, first place overall and one medal; and
  • Patton Germann, sports and entertainment marketing, one medal;

Business education teacher and DECA advisor Amanda Fields will accompany qualifying students, Charger Corner manager, Jessica Morgan, and future DECA officer, John Weber, to the international conference.