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LCISD Students advance in DECA district competitions

Feb 14, 2014 | Joel Garrett

On January 17th, Several LCISD students competed in the DECA district competition.  The following are students that competed and are on their way to the State competition in Dallas, TX January 20th-22nd.

Student name

Competitive Event/Area

Award earned

Madison Nichols

Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making

District Winner – Qualified for State

Joshua Cedillo

Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making

District Winner – Qualified for State

John Wardlaw

Sports and Entertainment Team Decision Making

District Winner – Qualified for State

Will Vaughan

Sports and Entertainment Team Decision Making

District Winner – Qualified for State

Mike Tejada

Hospitality and Tourism Team Decision Making

District Winner – Qualified for State

Ashley Guerrero

Hospitality and Tourism Team Decision Marking

District Winner – Qualified for State

James Balderas

Automotive Individual Series

District Winner – Qualified for State

 

Student name

Competitive Event/Area

Award earned

Afam Agbu

Entrepreneurship Written

State Qualifier

Ifeoma Ahuna

Sports Operations Plan

State Qualifier

Hamza Akber

Entrepreneurship Written

State Qualifier

Anika Chowdhury

Sports Operations Plan

State Qualifier

Erica Foster-Allen

Hotel & Lodging Series

State Qualifier

Angelica Llanos

Entrepreneurship Written

State Qualifier

Pelumi Oloyede

Professional Selling

State Qualifier

Morgan Stephen

Retail Merchandising Series

State Qualifier

Student name

Competitive Event/Area

Award earned

Yessenia Portillo

Community Service Project

District Finalist

Chan’Cellore Makanjuola

Retail Merchandising

District Finalist

The DECA competition consists of a rigorous 100 question online test that students must score a 70 or better on, and a role play that they have 30 minutes to prepare for the day of competition. Our students conquered BOTH and we are extremely proud of them.