May 1st, 2023
Announcement for Seniors...
Seniors! I am granting your entire class a "Last Day Senior Privilege" this means that on May 22, 2023 you must report to school at 8:30. This will give you time to organize your entrance. Remember that the GPL is under construction. Also, there is A LOT of senior information coming out today so check your emails!
KP DECA Brings Home Glass and More Glass
The King Philip DECA chapter would like to proudly report our outstanding success at DECA ICDC this month. KP DECA had 58 members attend DECA ICDC in Orlando, Florida this past week. Our students qualified for this competition after qualifying from our state conference in March. At this conference, the following students received international honors.
Abby Hoyt received first place (GLASS TROPHY) in Start Up Business Plan
Phil Harmon and Liam Hickey received second place (GLASS TROPHY) in Financial Literacy project
Luke Anderson and Ryan Taylor received third place (GLASS TROPHY) in Independant Business Plan
Luke Reagan, Jake Van Hosen and Brady Ricci received fourth place (ICDC Champions) in Integrated Marketing Campaign Event
Ryan Brown and Chris Delvecchio received fourth place (ICDC Champions) in Sports and Entertainment Operations Research
Julia Devasto and Meghan Sullivan were named International DECA Finalists in Business Growth Plan
Isabelle Taylor was named an International DECA Finalist in Business Growth Plan
Kate O'Neil, Marisa Hughes and Caitlin Thompson were named International DECA Finalists in Community Giving project
Stephen Quartarone and Ilyas McKenna were named International DECA Finalists in Career Development project
KP DECA had the most students qualify for this conference throughout the state and had the most students receiving international honors on stage in Orlando in MASS-DECA. KP DECA also had the honor of being the only chapter in the state to win a first place glass trophy and successfully elect Trinjan Kaur as North Atlantic Region Vice President (DECA Inc Executive Office).
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Do YOU care about endangered species?
Senior Distinction Project by Alea Shammas
Senior Alea Shammas worked with the Massachusetts Audubon at Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary to identify endangered species that YOU can search for and document. She handrew these amazing flyers! Check them out and Happy Searching! Alea says you can find the Eastern Box Turtle at the Middle School!