|Dr. Marilyn Sweeney, Business Department Coordinator |
200 Richardson Road
No. Chelmsford, MA 01863
On January 11th, 50 students represented Chelmsford High School at the Massachusetts DECA District V Conference held at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Over 800 students represented 8 local schools at the largest and most competitive District Competition to date. DECA is the nation’s oldest organization dedicated to preparing emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for college and careers. Students were evaluated based upon their performance on written exams, situation based role plays with local business people serving as judges, and presentations of previously prepared written projects. 22 students have advanced to represent Chelmsford High School at the Massachusetts DECA State Career Development Conference in Boston March 9-11.
Brian Tong- Principles of Finance
2nd Place -
Jill MacKillop- Food Marketing
Sebastien Ware- Automotive Services Marketing -
Dhruv Shah - Business Services Marketing
Nate Ware - Quick Serve Restaurant Management.
Michael Perez/Max Winters - Sports & Entertainment Marketing Team
4th Place -
Jack O’Neill -Restaurant & Food Service Marketing
Cassandra West - Food Marketing
Diti Patel/Julia D’Agostino/ Kate Gilet - Sports & Entertainment Marketing Promotion Plan
Ayush Chaudharyy/Damien Gould - Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan
Tommy Snelson - Personal Financial Literacy
Robbie Farrell - Quick Serve Restaurant Management.
Katie Conley - Apparel & Accessories Marketing
Tanvi Rane- Human Resource Management
Direct Advancement to State Competition
Tim Scaplen - Financial Consulting
Jacob Davis/AndrewDolan/Tyler Quinney - Business Services Operations Research
Fashion and Retail Course Field Trip to Learn Marketing Techniques
The CHS Fashion and Retail classes went to see Retail Merchandising in action at the Burlington Mall. Store ambiance, window displays, trend areas, and kiosks were all analyzed and evaluated based on core marketing concepts and consumer behavior. CHS Fashion course students learned about effective marketing techniques by retail businesses.
National Business Honor Society Induction November 2016
The National Business Honor Society Induction took place in November inducting 17 very committed business students who have completed at least 15 credits in business classes and maintained at 3.5 GPA in the Business courses as well as a 3.0 GPA overall. Congratulations to all who qualified.
Ten CHS Students Compete at Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
CHS Business students participated in the 2016 MSBA (Mass School Bank Association) competition which took place in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. They were organized by Tom Sousa, CHS Business Teacher and Christine Underhill of Workers Credit Union. Five students in our Marketing group competing who placed Fourth and five students who participated in the Banking Bowl placing 9th of 30 banking bowl groups participating.
All competing students are from left to right: Stephanie Brogdan, Dhruv Shah, Madison Ruhmann, Jill MacKillop, Vandana Anand, Ally Rega, Natasha Santhanakrishnan, Will Higson, Jack O’Neill and Steve Quigley.