MANCHESTER, NH – This month’s Manchester School District newsletter is jam-packed with news and updates highlighting milestones, accomplishments and initiatives happening at schools all around Manchester.
We’re highlighting a few of the stories below, but you can read the newsletter in its entirety below. (Scroll through the slideshow below):
DECA Students going to Orlando
Thirty-five students from Manchester qualified to compete in Orlando at the DECA International Career Development Conference. April’s DECA event brings together students from across the country as well as Canada, Mexico, China and Germany.
DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) is non-profit curriculum-based organization which offers students a chance to develop their business and leadership skills. Central, Memorial and West high schools have very active chapters.
At the DECA NH Career Development Conference this month in Manchester, more than 400 high school students from around the state in 32 categories of business presentations did their best to demonstrate what they know in the fields of entrepreneurship, management, marketing, Finance, and more. In addition, Central’s Chris Wittle was elected as a DECA state officer.
See the full list of the Manchester results here.
Victory for Parkside Boys Basketball team
Parkside victory was 25 years in the making.
The middle school basketball teams all had great seasons. Special recognition goes to the Parkside boys A team for its first city championship in 25 years. They beat McLaughlin to capture the victory.
Way to go, Knights!!
Congratulations also to the Hillside boys B, Southside girls A, and McLaughlin girls B teams on their city championship wins!