Please contact Jin You at [email protected] if you have any questions.
2020 DECA State Winners: 42.5% Win Rate
Area: King’s High School DECA took 40 students to state competition to compete against ~3500 other students. 17 of those 40 placed between first and seventh place. King’s DECA competed in 24 categories, and won two first place titles, one of those being an intro to marketing student. King’s DECA looks forward to competing at ICDC in Nashville Tennessee! Go King’s DECA! 42.5% Win rate! ICDC will be from April 28- May 4, the students advancing are:
|1.||Apparel & Accessories||Jay Jang||1st|
|5.||Hotel & Lodging||Delaney Peterson||5th|
|6.||Hotel & Lodging||Duncan Angiuli||7th|
|7.||Human Resources||Annie Zang||6th|
|8.||Marketing Communications||Ben Gardener||1st|
|10.||Sports & Entertainment||Lucas Predergast||2nd|
|11.||School Based Enterprise – Food||Kat Kirkpatrick & Meg Travis||3rd|
|12.||Principles of Business Management||Essix Kelly||2nd|
|13.||Business Solutions Project||Elise Grass & Maddie Kanzaki||7th|
|14.||Community Awareness Project||Tyler Zastrow and Victoria Smit||5th|
|15.||Financial Literacy Project||Eric Halhjem & Hannah Carrithers||7th|
|16.||Sales Project||Ben Gardner & Duncan Angiuli||4th|
|17.||Sports & Entertainment Marketing||Lucas Prendergast||6th|
King’s Girls Basketball Recap
The girls’ basketball team had a great finish to their season! They qualified for the state tournament and participated in the first-round defeating Montesano and then advanced into the trophy round. They played the defending champions of La Salle very well only losing by four and then were knocked out of the tournament by Annie Wright by a half-court shot at the buzzer! It was a very controversial ending, but the team demonstrated a great amount of grace and sportsmanship that represented Christ and the King’s community very well.
They finished in the top eight of state and they are looking forward to growing in the off season and returning to the State tournament next year.
King’s Boys Basketball Recap
Congratulations to our boys’ basketball team for an exciting state tournament in Yakima this past week! The Knights beat #3 Zillah in the first round, #4 Riverview in the quarterfinals, and #1 Seattle Academy in a thrilling overtime Semifinal Friday night. The Knights played a familiar foe in the state championship game Saturday night. Down 9 with 1:05 left in the game, the team rallied to send the game to overtime before winning 70-67.
King’s Elementary Summer Day Camp – Jobs
King’s Elementary School Summer Day Camp is looking for young people, ages 17 and older, who are interested in a summer ministry position. As a summer day camp counselor, you will be given a group of 8-10 children in K-5th grades to lead for the week. You will supervise the children through the activities of their program day, encouraging team spirit, participation and cooperation. Some of the weekly activities include: field trips, water days, group games, themed arts and crafts, movie days, Kid’s Praise and so much more!
Counselors work for 6-11 weeks of the summer, Monday- Friday, 8 hrs/day, 8:00am-4:30pm.
The pay rate is $13.50 an hour.
We are also looking for program aides, ages 16 and older, who would like to be part of the summer support staff.
Program aides work for 6-11 weeks of the summer, Monday- Friday, 8 hrs/day, 8:00am-4:30pm.
For more information contact Kim Gillies, King’s Summer Camps Director, at [email protected]. These jobs are posted on the CRISTA Ministries website, under employment, and will close on April 17th.