Oakland High School Students Compete in DECA - Florida - Conference

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From left to right: Nittxon Inthavong, Breez LaLonde, Marybeth Wich, Breja Hooks, Devin Dixon, Jailyn Elgin. Not pictured: Margo Leskinen, Wyn Blankenship, Angelina Clark

Oakland High School students will compete in DECA's ICDC international Conference in Orlando, Fl in April after qualifying on the state level last week in Chattanooga.

DECA Inc, formerly Distributive Education Clubs of America, is a 501 not-for-profit career and technical student organization with more than 215,000 members in all 50 United States. The group has over 3,500 high school chapters. It was founded in 1946.

The students planned, organized, and practiced their business presentations for the competition. The conference is said to be a great honor for the students and Oakland High School.

Angelina Clark - 1st place in Professional Selling

Breja Hooks and MaryBeth Wich
2nd place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing

Margo Leskinen and Wyn Blankenship
3rd place in Buying and Merchandising

Devin Dixon and Jailyn Elgin
3rd place in Hospitality Services

Breez Lalonde and Nittxon Intravong
5th place Business Law and Ethics

Bailee Kauffman was elected as a DECA state officer

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