Fundamentals of Accounting at the National Business Professionals of America Convention 


Orlando, Flordia

MAY 9TH-14TH 

Lucy Buie placed 7th!
 

The BPA National Convention included 6,000 attendees representing 19 states and the territory of Puerto Rico.  We are very proud of Lucy's representation of Michigan BPA, and most importantly of her representation of Saline High School. Congratulations for a job well done, Lucy.   

 

DECA Travels to California

The week of April 24, 2017

Eight Saline High School DECA members, and their advisor Kara Stemmer, traveled to Anaheim, California to attend/compete at the International Career Development Conference. 

The following students qualified at two previous competitions, District and States, which were held earlier in the year.  At these competitions, they earned top scores and advanced to the International conference in California where there were over 19,000 students in attendance. The team of Megan Foley and Annie Nelson competed in the Entrepreneurship Promotion Project, Aidan Nam and Stephanie Schick competed in the Travel and Tourism Team Decision making event and lastly, Laila Houser, Sophie Rash and Delaney Silhanek participated in the School Based Enterprise Retail event. Junior Edward Settle recently campaigned for a Michigan DECA State Officer position and won! He attended the International conference to begin his training and networking in preparation for the 2017-2018 school year, where he'll be traveling around the country representing Michigan DECA. 

As mentioned earlier, Houser, Rash and Silhanek represented The EDGE, Saline High School's School-Based Enterprise, as it was among 360 school stores in the United States achieving Gold Level Certification (or Gold Level Re-certification) this year and was recognized at DECA’s International Career Development Conference. A school-based enterprise (SBE) is an entrepreneurial operation in a school setting that provides goods and services to meet the needs of the market. Marketing educators and DECA advisors have utilized this effective educational tool for over four decades to provide their students with realistic and practical learning experiences that reinforce classroom instruction, enhance 21st century skill development, and prepare students for college and careers. 

DECA is the extracurricular business club offered through the SWWC Marketing department at Saline High School.  It's a nationally recognized business club with over 200,000 high school members in over 5,000 schools across all 50 states and nine countries. Visit www.deca.org for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DECA COMPETED AT THE STATE CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE


March 10th - 12th - Detroit, Michigan

Forty-seven Saline DECA  to competed alongside 4,200 other high school students. Many students competed in a business role play scenario, while others prepared a written paper and presented it during the competition. 

Vice President of Chapter Development 2017-2018 - Junior Edward Settle won!!! He applied, interviewed and campaigned for 1 of 8 DECA State Officier positions. He will travel the country networking, developing lifelong leadership skills and promoting the nationally recognized organization.

1st Place Champion Plaques: Team Megan Foley & Annie Nelson, Team Laila Houser, Sohie Rash & Delaney Silhanek. (These teams will be traveling to Anaheim, CA in April to compete at Internationals)

Finalist Medals Teams: Erin Evans, Francesca Panzica & Emma Peoples,  Thereza Cevedanes,Skyler Hoffman, Ally Heider & Kaitlin Walper, and Aidan Nam & Stephanie Schick

Recognition for Individual Events: Christian Johnson & Grace Livsay

*** To learn more about DECA, visit mideca.org or deca.org. ***


BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS OF AMERICA


Henry Ford Community College
Friday, January 6, 2017

 A special "Thank You" to those students that took time out of their winter break to compete at the regional competition. 

Congratulations to the Saline winners: 
Aidan Delfuoco:  1st place - Fundamental Spreadsheet Application
Lucy Buie:  2nd place - Fundamental Accounting
Jacob Ohren-Hoeft:  2nd place - Payroll Accounting
Olivia Craig:  6th place - Database Application


Special Honors To:
Katie Clark
Justin Kowalchik
Caroline Leyden
Shayam Sen

9 DECA MEMBERS TRAVELED TO NASHVILLE, TN


To compete at the International Career Development Conference

3 teams qualified at the State conference in March & advanced to the International competition in late April of 2016.

Learn & Written Event:

Oliva Wash Rachel Schmidt & Andrea Doa

 

 

 

 


 

 

Independent Business Event: 

Erin Evans, Francesca Panzica, Emma Peoples 

 

 

 




School Based Enterprise Retail Written Event:

Cameron York, Annie Satin & Heather Banet with over 18,000 high school DECA members in attendance, the competition was intense. They earned International Finalist medals & were among the top 20, of over 160 in the nation for their event! 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior DECA member, Sara Foley has concluded her role representing Michigan as a State Officer.  She was voted in to this position & has spent the last year traveling the country representing Michigan DECA.  This position has provided her an opportunity to network & obtain invaluable leadership skills. Well done Sara!  

 

 

 

 

 

IAN SCHWENKE IS THIS YEARS AWS ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL WELDING COMPETITION CHAMPION!

 

 

Ian was awarded $2500 in scholarship monies along with other cool swag! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MATT NYRKKANEN FINISHED IN 4TH PLACE!
AWS High School Welding Competition
on Friday, April 22, 2106

He won $1500 Scholarship plus extras!

 

 

 

 

 ALL SWWC WELDERS                  MADE TOP 24! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARTHUR BERKEY SCIENCE FAIR
Local Results 2017


   Anastasia Frederick - Top Gold Award
   Plant Systems 9-10 Grade Individual

 

   Dustin Drake & Amanda Jedele
   Top Gold Award
   Animal Systems 9-10 Grade Team
   Dan Caroen - Top Gold Award
   Animal Systems - 9-10th Grade Individual

Additional Placings:

GOLD - Grace Popa

SILVER - Wesley Welt, Colin Nouhan, Yanic Sadek, Kaitlyn Higgins, Christina Richard, Hannah Evers

BRONZE - Team Luckhardt/Trinkle, Clay Curtis, Jacob Niethammer, Colin Mitchell, Samantha SturtWELDING COMPETITION

 

Friday, February 10, 2017


Congratulations to the following students placing at competition!!!

 

2nd Place (Silver) - Ethan Lobbestael- SMAW Welding
1st Place (Gold) - Gus Rickelmann- SMAW Welding
1st Place (Gold) - Brad Bristle- GMAW Welding

 

CULINARY ARTS REGIONAL COMPETITION


Friday, February 10, 2017 - At Oakland Community College
 Congratulations to the following students on winning medals!

 Commercial Baking - 1st Place (Gold) - Emma Keeler
 Restaurant Service - 2nd Place (Silver) - Lara Hijazi 
 Culinary Arts - 3rd Place (Bronze) Kiersten Garrett 
 Gold - 1st Place - Culinary Arts - Kelly Zielinski

 Once again the SWWC Culinary Students took more medals than any other school at Regionals!!!!!!

 

MICHIGAN RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION PROSTART COMPETITITION


March 13, 2017

 

1st Place (Gold) - Culinary Team

They will compete in April in South Carolina to represent the State of Michigan.

   Kelly Zielinski

   Lauren Wilson 

   Madison Robison

   Kiersten Garrett

   Austin Hannah

3rd Place (Bronze) - Nutrition Team

Jacob Keller 

Madison Robison

Lauren Wilson

Kelly Zielinski

Kiersten Garrett

 

SKILLS USA STATE AUTO TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION

Saturday April 8th, 2017 - At the Tassell Technical Education Center, Grand Rapids, MI

Two Career and Technical Education students from the South and West Washtenaw Consortium competed in the competition that was designed to create real life diagnostic and repair situations. The SWWC Automotive Technology program dominated the overall Master Technician competition with Manchester H.S. Senior’s Erik Molotky and Jeremy Rauch placing first and second respectfully. These students earned Scholarships from four colleges in excess of thirty thousand dollars and industrial prizes from Snap-On tools. Erik will now compete at the Skills USA National Competition June 19th-24th.   

All of the competitions reflected the requirements of the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) Technician Certification tasks and exams. The South and West Washtenaw Consortium was one of eighteen schools that competed in the Automotive Technology Competition.