Pictured from left are DECA President Victoria Lynchesky,  Jordan Williams, vice president, Michelle Casillas, secretary, Ysenia Navarrette, treasurer, Jose Ramirez, historian, and Elsa Martinez, historian. (Jackie Foster- Daily Press)

Pictured from left are DECA President Victoria Lynchesky, Jordan Williams, vice president, Michelle Casillas, secretary, Ysenia Navarrette, treasurer, Jose Ramirez, historian, and Elsa Martinez, historian. (Jackie Foster- Daily Press)

 

By JACKIE FOSTER
Daily Press Staff Writer

The Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) students of Artesia High School are working together to raise awareness in Artesia about the benefits of DECA.

Through the DECA program, students are able to get a job during regular school hours and receive a grade for that job. From positions with J.S. Ward and Son, Holly Corporation, Yates Petroleum, Sonic and even Double D’s Feed, the students are receiving the skills needed.

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