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The Smith-Cotton High School DECA program achieved high levels of success again this year, with two teams placing in the top 10 in their categories at the international competition held recently in California. Our students also worked with Child Safe of Central Missouri to create a new logo and launch an awareness program to help the community better understand what this important agency does in our community.
Two teams from Smith-Cotton High School’s DECA program finished in the top 10 in their categories in the 2013 DECA International Career Development Conference held April 24-27 in Anaheim, Calif.
Smith-Cotton High School seniors Keegan Kendrick, left, and Zach Wolf took second place in the Entrepreneurship - Growing Your Business category in the 2013 DECA International Career Development Conference held April 24-27 in Anaheim, Calif. The duo used their Buzzpro Advertising company for their project.
From left, Joseph Rodewald, Trey Napier and Mike Pugh took seventh in the Virtual Business Restaurant Challenge.
Eleven students with the Smith-Cotton Chapter of Missouri DECA are preparing their bright ideas for international competition and are looking to the community for a little help.
Smith-Cotton High School students who qualified for DECA's international competition are, from left, Cameron Harris, Lyndsey Jackson, Keegan Kendrick, Kelsey Webb, Tayler Gero, Zach Wolf, Megan Lollis, Joseph Rodewald, Elena Sharp, Mike Pugh and Trey Napier.
The Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce recognized community leaders, volunteers and new members with 14 awards during its annual recognition dinner Thursday night at the Sedalia Country Club.
Smith-Cotton High School’s DECA program will have a pancake fundraiser Saturday to help students pay for their transportation to the international competition in Anaheim, Calif.
Zach Wolf kept pushing himself, taking challenging classes and getting involved in extra-curricular activities that stretched his abilities and time management skills. He was hopeful he would find something that would endorse his efforts, something that would say, “It was all worth it.”
COURTESY OF AMANDA MILLS Smith-Cotton DECA members, from left, Mike Pugh, Trey Napier and Joseph Rodewald took first place in the 13-state Central Region in the online Virtual Business Restaurant Challenge.
Smith-Cotton DECA members Mike Pugh, Trey Napier and Joseph Rodewald earned an early invitation to DECA’s International Competition by placing first in the Central Region in the online Virtual Business Restaurant Challenge.
Pictured from left are Kirby Lewellyn, Kelsey Webb, Carolyn Green, Kyle Herrick and Lyndsey Jackson.
Smith-Cotton High School DECA concluded their “Chance to Win a New Car” project on Jan. 4 at the high school basketball game. During halftime five contestants, chosen from more than 350 raffle tickets sold, were each presented with $100 and participated in a drawing to determine which one would play for the chance to win the 2013 Dodge Dart from Bryant Motors.
Smith-Cotton High School DECA members recently presented Carolyn Green, executive director of Child Safe of Central Missouri, with a donation of $500 from funds earned at the DECA After Dark 5K/Fun Run, held in July. The event was organized by high school seniors Kara Collins, Cameron Harris and Mike Pugh.
Smith-Cotton High School DECA members recently presented Carolyn Green,
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Smith-Cotton DECA Club is selling raffle tickets for a chance to win $100 and a new 2013 Dodge Dart.
Pictured front row, from left, are Abby Monsees, Alexia Goodson, Katana Blankenship; back row, Hayley Escobar-Petersen, Lane Embry, Blake Allee-Lightfoot and Keegan Kendrick.
Seven members of Smith-Cotton DECA recently attended the Missouri DECA Fall Leadership and State Officer Election Conference from Oct. 14 to 15 at Lake Ozark.
The Smith-Cotton DECA Club will host its seventh annual trunk or treat from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Smith-Cotton High School parking lot. Admission is free.
Smith-Cotton DECA students Megan Lollis, Elena Sharp and Taylor Gero recently spoke to the Sedalia Lions Club about the importance of Child Safe. After the presentation, the club donated $500 to Child Safe. Pictured from left are Lion Kevin Funk, Lollis, Sharp and Gero and Carolyn Green, executive director of Child Safe.
Smith-Cotton DECA members will have a garage sale from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the gymnasium at Skyline Elementary School, with proceeds going toward club expenses and travel fees.
The second annual Smith-Cotton DECA After Dark 5K Fun Run was a success! We appreciate the participants and volunteers who made the event possible. We raised $1,000 and will be donating $500 to Child Safe of Central Missouri.