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Hanover DECA: State Competition Results

  Photos provided by Brookie Crawford Over the Leap Day weekend, over 50 Hanover DECA students competed in marketing events against students from the rest of the state. These events involved role play scenarios, written business plan proposals, and sales presentations. Ten Hanover students made it to the stage over two awards ceremonies. Six of

Hanover DECA: District Competition Results

Photos by Lauren Van Alstine and Eileen Malick. Cover photo by Eileen Malick. On Saturday, November 23. Hanover marketing students participated at the DECA district competition. Hanover had 29 students compete. For all but two students, this was their first district competition. The students competed in role play events against other high school students from Atlee,

Hanover DECA: Medalists at the State Fair of VA

On October 2, Hanover DECA students competed at the State Fair of VA. The students competed in role-play events and a promotion poster event against students from 22 other schools. Hanover DECA had two teams place second in their respective role-play events. Congratulations to the following students for their achievement! The team of Riley Allen

Hawks Compete at the State DECA Competition!

  Over the last weekend, the Hanover DECA chapter competed in the DECA State Leadership Conference. Thousands of DECA members across the state, traveled to VA Beach for the competition. Hanover’s, Zach Blue and Koa Murphy came in third place in their innovation event to qualify for the International Career Development Conference. ICDC will be

Hanover DECA: State Fair Medalists

Congratulations to the following Hanover DECA members for placing at the State Fair DECA competition! Teagan Quinn and Hunter Robbins, 1st place role play Jackson Currie and Levi Huesman, 2nd place role play Lindsay Gilman and Grace Agrillo, 2nd place role play Elise Collison and Allison Everhart, 2nd place role play DECA prepares emerging leaders