The Clarkston School District is a welcoming, safe, student-centered, and collaborative learning environment. In partnership with Parents, student, and community leaders, CSD staff members are dedicated to helping all students meet performance expectations and achieve their full learning potential.
DECA 4th Grade Entrepreneurship Conference November 21, 2013
Theme: DECA Venture into Entrepreneurship
Congratulations to the top 30 winners of the 13th Annual 4th Grade Entrepreneurship Development Conference! The Conference was held on November 21st and over 200 fourth graders participated and 160 business plans were submitted. Within the DECA Chapter, there were 71 members that were involved and helped facilitate the day of the conference. We thank the teachers and businesses that were involved and made this project successful.
EDC Coordinators: Sara Hale, Lucy Downs and Kristen Carey
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