Hawaii Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSO)
February 23-24, 2017
Hawaii Convention Center
Maui High School’s CTE programs competed at the Annual 2017 CTSO Hawaii Career and Technical Student Organization Convention held on February 23-24, 2017 at the Hawaii Convention Center, Oahu.
Career and Technical Education (formerly vocational-technical education) is a distinct and integral component of a quality education system.
CTE programs are designed to address the complexity of technology and the dynamics of life and work in a complex world. Students must master curricula featuring basic scientific principles, mathematical concepts, communication skills, and other foundational essentials upon which life and work are based.
Students who qualify for National Competition will represent the State of Hawaii within their respective categories during the months of April-July 2017.
The following students received special recognition in the following events and categories:
SKILLS USA (Champions at Work Connecting to Career Success)
1st Place Carter Bell (11)
2nd Place Mark Colobong (11)
1st Place Mariella Torres (12)
2nd Place Alyanna Pastrana (12)
Carter Bell and Alyanna Pastrana will be representing the State of Hawaii in Louisville, Kentucky in June
Teacher: Julio Bayez
1st Place -Clarise Galapon
1st Place -Sydney Green
Job Skills Demonstration
3rd Place -Shaye Acopan
Promotional Bulletin Board
3rd Place -Renezel Lagran and Summer Montehermoso
Sydney Green and Clarise Galapon qualified for National Competition and will be representing the State of Hawaii in Louisville, Kentucky in June.
Teachers: Rondy Arquero, Leilani Abafo and Chris Perry
FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)
Gold Medal Selestina Malafu Promote & Publicize FCCLA
Silver Medal Jayven Jacalne-Bonilla Culinary Arts
Silver Medal Milmar Villanueva Culinary Arts
Bronze Medal Gina Apuna-Boyd Culinary Arts
Selestina Malafu qualified for National Competition in Nashville, Tennessee in July.
Teacher: Joanne Kong
DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America)
Evelyn Del Valle - Medallion, Customer Relations (Event A), FINALIST, 1ST PLACE OVERALL
Dahnielle Cabacungan - Medallion, Marketing Information Management (Event A)
Justin Yago - Medallions, Marketing Information Management (Event A) AND Selling (Event B)
Quick Serve Restaurant Management
Tony Lazo - Medallion, Market Planning (Event A), FINALIST
Chester Pias - Medallion, Marketing Planning (Event A), FINALIST, 2ND PLACE OVERALL
Trisha-Jane Jacalne - Medallion, Channel Management (Event A)
TEAM DECISION-MAKING EVENTS
Sports and Entertainment Marketing
Janel Noreen Teneza and Lino Yoshikawa - Medallion, Marketing, FINALISTS
Czhara Saclayan and Courtney Tabujara - Medallion, FINALISTS
Travel and Tourism Marketing
Kylie Amber Buere and Yvonne Kate Fulgencio - Medallion
Evelyn Del Valle and Chester Pias qualified for national competition and will represent the State of Hawaii in Anaheim, CA at the end of April.
Maui High DECA has also won Hawaii's Best DECA Chapter for the fourth straight year.
Teachers: Glenn Prieto and Lori Sanada
HOSA (Future Health Professionals)
Gold Winners include:
BlessieMae Paguirigan - Nutrition-1st Place
Son Phan - Pathophysiology-1st Place
Ariane Alejo - Transcultural Health Care-1st Place
JoeBelle Daludado - Medical Reading-1st Place
Jaymar Quedding - Medical Terminology-1st Place
Silver Winners include:
Jolene Mae Pascua - Community Awareness-2nd Place
Kateleen Lamog - Community Awareness-2nd Place
Shmily Versola - Health Education-2nd Place
Taysia Aspili - Health Education-2nd Place
Cheyenne Kamea Magno - Health Education-2nd Place
Bronze Winners include:
Sheena Garo - Health Career Display-3rd Place
Jamaica Aquino - Health Career Display-3rd Place
Kaitlyn Takeno - Medical Math-3rd Place
All participants in HOSA are eligible to attend the HOSA International Leadership Conference, Orlando, Florida in June.
Teachers: Joshua Roar, Bob Steele and Lupe Anitema