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BPHS students participate in the first-ever Virtual PA DECA District Conference
Congratulations to the 45 BPHS DECA members who participated in the first-ever Virtual PA DECA District III Career and Development Conference, which was held online from Nov. 30 – Dec. 4.  Judging took place the week of Dec. 7, with the final awards ceremony taking place, virtually, on Monday, Dec. 14.

The following 28 students received a medal for their performance and qualified for the PA DECA Career Development Conference to be held, virtually, in January – February 2021. They will be joined by approximately 60 additional students which are currently working on written papers and presentations.

Lucia Coccagno presided over the Conference as the 2020-2021 PA DECA District III Representative.

First Place Winners:
Swechya Baral (11th) & Isabel Burke (11th) – Buying & Merchandising Team
Gavin Barzan (10th) & Jack Hartman (10th) – Business Law & Ethics Team
Tommy Bova (9th) & Arabella Cicero (9th) – Buying & Merchandising Team
Ethan Donovan (12th) – Business Finance
Keelan Donovan (11th) – Personal Financial Literacy
Alena Kauric (12th) – Entrepreneurship
Shuting Lu (10th) – Food Marketing
Kayla Pockly (10th) – Hotel & Lodging Management
Lucas Lybarger (10th) – Retail Merchandising
Christian McClaine (12th) – Restaurant & Food Service Management
Marquise Ross (10th) – Business Services Marketing
Tommy Smith (9th) – Sports & Entertainment Marketing

Second Place Winners:
Anna Counihan (11th) – Hotel & Lodging Management
Grace Demira (10th) – Principles of Marketing
Dom DePasquale (10th) & Jackson Molli – Marketing Management Team
Lexi Dorfner (9th) – Quick Serve Restaurant Management
Sadie Fedor (11th) – Apparel & Accessories Marketing
Nick Gasper (10th) & Forrest Shaw (10th) – Hospitality Services Team
Cam Kent (10th) – Human Resources Management
Mason Miller (10th) & Owen Sivetz (10th) – Entrepreneurship Team
Joshua Ninness (9th) – Restaurant & Food Service Management
Nolan Plassio (10th) – Retail Merchandising