CASPER, Wyo. — Natrona County High School DECA students have been recognized for achieving THRIVE-level chapter campaigns.
Each fall, DECA offers four campaigns for chapters to complete as part of their leadership program. These collaborative projects provide opportunities to grow the chapter’s membership engagement and build lasting partnerships within the school and the local community.
To receive THRIVE-level recognition, NCHS students, with the guidance of NCHS DECA Advisor Kristy Williams, completed two out of three chapter campaigns: the community service and the promotional campaign.
The NCHS DECA Chapter was among 525 chapters out of 3,500 high schools to achieve the THRIVE-level recognition. This April, it will be commended at DECA’s International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida, a news release states.
NCHS DECA members contributing to the THRIVE chapter recognition are:
- Cheyenne Crouch
- Delaney Hartl
- Jose Galacia-Beltran
- Emily Patten
- Pear Puttisuknurim
- Allan Catellier
- Madeline Elston
- Ashley Scewczyk
- Calla Shosh
- Libby Reed Baker
- Abi McClean
Natrona County High School’s DECA chapter prepares emerging leaders in the fields of marketing, business administration, finance and hospitality. NCHS is committed to preparing responsible and life-long learners who value themselves, contribute to society, and succeed in a changing world, the release states.