WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and King Philip DECA Marketing Coordinator James Dow are pleased to share that the King Philip DECA chapter attended the State Career Development Conference in Boston last month.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch is pleased to share that five Whittier Tech Business Technology and Marketing students are advancing to the DECA State Conference after winning district-level competitions against other Massachusetts schools in accounting, hospitality, entrepreneurship and finance hosted at Merrimack College earlier this year.
WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew is pleased to announce that construction for the Pentucket Regional Middle-High School building is set to begin this spring.
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and King Philip DECA Marketing Coordinator James Dow would like to invite the community to support the KP DECA team Stuffed with Love at their upcoming Paint Night fundraiser.
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and KP DECA Marketing Coordinator James Dow are pleased to announce that King Philip Regional High School’s business club performed extremely well at the recent District Conference and are now moving onto the State Career Development Conference at the end of February.
HAVERHILL — Two Whittier Tech Cheerleaders combined their love of the sport with their business and leadership savvy this December when they offered a clinic for children aspiring to cheer one day.
WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew is pleased to share that several students recently placed at the District 3 DECA Competition.
NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to share that multiple King Philip High School students took first place during competitions at DECA’s International Career Development conference in April, and several others were named top international finalists.
King Philip DECA Vice President of Marketing Emma Daly would like to provide an update on the high school’s business club.
HAVERHILL – Superintendent Maureen Lynch is pleased to announce that 22 students competed in a DECA event last week and two will move forward to the state finals.