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Cascade High School's DECA group continues strong history of success

The Chapter Awards team of Emily Irwin, Nick Janner, and Brittany Burrus took first place at the DECA State Career Development Conference. This earned them a trip to Atlanta, Georgia to attend the International Career Development Conference May 2nd.

After nine straight years of going to state, Cascade’s first place win takes them to the international competition in Atlanta, Georgia.

Ten Cascade High School DECA students competed against more than 3,000 others at the 2014 DECA State Career Development Conference in Bellevue March 6th through 8th.

The Chapter Awards team of Emily Irwin, Nick Janner, and Brittany Burrus took first place. That top state honor earned them a trip to Atlanta, Georgia to attend the International Career Development Conference May 2nd through 4th.

Cascade High students take over South Everett Safeway on December 7th

For seven years in a row, the South Everett Safeway store has allowed Cascade High School DECA students to “take over” the store. Those who shop on Saturday, December 7, 2013, will see DECA student members throughout the store, “shadowing” employees to get hands on experience in the video, deli, floral, produce, seafood and bakery departments – and in the overall management of the retail grocery store business.

Friendly invasion is example of business partnership with real life learning experiences for students

For seven years in a row, the South Everett Safeway store has allowed Cascade High School DECA students to “take over” the store. Those who shop on Saturday, December 7, 2013, will see DECA student members throughout the store, “shadowing” employees to get hands on experience in the video, deli, floral, produce, seafood and bakery departments – and in the overall management of the retail grocery store business.

Navy JROTC Cadets test dive submersibles

Student Cadets attending the Everett High School Navy (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) JROTC program just completed their introduction to naval engineering unit.

Student Cadets attending the Everett High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) program just completed their introduction to naval engineering unit. For eight weeks, Naval Science 1 Cadets from Everett, Cascade and Jackson High schools studied naval mechanical, materials, electrical and project management engineering.

At the end of the unit, all 13 teams gathered around the Everett YMCA of Snohomish County pool to test their Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) in watery action–the most highly anticipated part of the study unit. With the help and support of the Naval Station Everett Fleet Diving Detachment, the Cadet’s ROVs operated well.

Cascade and Jackson High Schools' students earn awards over spring break

The Cascade and Jackson High Schools’ robotics teams faced off against 64 other school teams at a robotics competition held the last weekend of March, 2013.

Robotics students, advisors and graphic and video arts students bring home honors

The Cascade High School FIRST Robotics team faced off against 64 other school teams during the regional competition in Seattle held the last weekend in March, 2013. The group’s thirteenth place finish is especially impressive because it is their rookie season. “They even earned the Rookie Inspiration Award,” noted CHS principal Cathy Woods. “Lots of credit goes to their staff advisor Linda Anderson and the community volunteers who have worked with the kids to make this first season so exciting and so successful. I can’t wait to see the results from a second year!”

H.M. Jackson High students also competed in the March FIRST competition. This experienced "Team 2910 Jack in the Bot" group has been wowing crowds since it entered its “first” FIRST in 2009. 

This year’s win of the Engineering Inspiration Award, the second highest honor for a veteran team to win, has qualified them to compete in the world championship in St. Louis, Missouri.  The Engineering Inspiration Award is given in recognition of a team’s outstanding efforts in advancing respect/appreciation for engineering and engineers, both within their school and their community. 

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