Station Camp DECA Newsletter

March 2018

Almost There...

With less than seven weeks to go in the semester, DECA plans to end on high note. We had several winners at the DECA State level and will be headed to ICDC in Atlanta, GA, next month. In addition, we have our DECA Banquet coming up in May and graduation around the corner. Winners are highlighted below.

Competition Preparation Meetings Posted

Be Involved. Be Someone. Be DECA.

Several students have moved on in DECA competition and are representing Station Camp well. Students are able to reserve time with their teachers to practice written events. Teachers have also set aside afternoons and mornings for students to practice and prepare role plays. Informational meetings are also available before school. We'll be announcing DECA ICDC winners in the next newsletter and hoping that will be a lengthy list just like state. A special thanks to all who have helped our students achieve their goals.

DECA STATE

Station Camp State Winners Moving on to DECA ICDC!

4th place in Accounting Applications

Stone Bardwell

2nd place in Automotive Services

Tanner Carsen

2nd place in Business Services

Alexander Oldham

4th place in Business Services

Zack Morgan

2nd place in Human Resource Management

Stephanie Mathers

3rd place in Retail Merchandising

Madison Howe

2nd place in Hospitality Services Team Decision Making

Audrey Baird

Kathryn Mouchette

1st place in Sport and Entertainment Operations Research

Sydney Barnett

Dalton Stewart

Bill Mouchette

5h place in Start Up Business Plan

Kiersten Kent

Chandler Phelps

4th place in Hospitality and Tourism Operations Research

Maggie Gillespie

Paige Ayers

Qualifiers in School Based Operations Retail

Makenzie Hicks

Zoe Anderson and

Kylee Stoner

Also, congratulations to our alternates:

2nd alternate in Automotive Services: Zoe Cantrell

1st alternate in Quick Serve Restaurant: Ryan Baird (moved up to ICDC)

1st alternates in Financial Services Team: Jacob Boone & Trey Moore (moved up to ICDC)

1st alternates in Business Services Operation Research:

Braxton Anderson, Taylor Haber and Beto Fonseca

2nd alternates in Entrepreneurship Promotion Plan:

Madison Lackey and Nikita Menon (moved up to ICDC)

DECA ICDC in Atlanta

DECA in Atlanta

Our last big trip of the year will take place in April 2018. Our top priority is winning at DECA competition, but we plan to have a little fun too! We will visit several landmarks and eat at well known places like the Big Kahuna. A concert is also being providing for the participants. All students will have a chance to network and meet thousands of other competitors from all over the world. It will be an unforgettable and exciting experience.

Upcoming Events


  • Competition Study Materials Meeting - April 6th at 7:30 am
  • Competition Practice Sessions - after school on the following dates:
  1. April 4- 20th, 2018 (written events can sign up before or after school)
  2. Additional practice dates for role plays will be posted soon.
  • DECA ICDC - April 22-26, 2018
  • DECA Banquet - May 3, 2018 at 6pm

Thank you to our Business Partners!

Thank you to our new business partners! We are looking forward to working with you this school year. If you or your business would like to partner with our DECA chapter, please contact Dr. Gatlin (jennifer.gatlin@sumnerschools.org).


Platinum Level

National Coatings and Supplies/Single Source Inc.

Nashville Packaging

Madison Auto Sales LLC

Urbanex

Gildan


Gold Level

Roofing by Design, Inc.

Jennings & Clouse, PLC

Shannon's Boutique

McCloud's Pest & Lawn


Silver Level

Coley Insurance Agency

Chili's of Gallatin

Nothing Bundt Cakes

SCHS DECA Business Partner Interest Form

Members of our business community are a vital part of the success of our DECA program! If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Station Camp High School business partner, please click the button above to fill our our interest form!

About Us

We are a group of high school students working to become skilled in the field of marketing through our involvement in DECA, a program designed to prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. DECA is an international organization involving more than 215,000 students worldwide. Our hope as a school chapter is to make an impact on our school, community, and state by working hard to shape our country's future business men and women.