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National exposure for De Pere business students

Four from Class of 2013 qualified for events in California

5:19 PM, Jun. 26, 2013
Recent De Pere High School graduates Chris Diedrich, from left, Jack Just, Brett Marshall and Adam Gajewski had top finishes in state DECA and FBLA competitions this spring to qualify for events in Anaheim, Calif. Just and Marshall competed as a team in the DECA International Career Development Conference in April. Diedrich, Gajewski and Just will compete as a team in the FBLA National Leadership Conference this week.
Recent De Pere High School graduates Chris Diedrich, from left, Jack Just, Brett Marshall and Adam Gajewski had top finishes in state DECA and FBLA competitions this spring to qualify for events in Anaheim, Calif. Just and Marshall competed as a team in the DECA International Career Development Conference in April. Diedrich, Gajewski and Just will compete as a team in the FBLA National Leadership Conference this week.
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Jack Just spent many a class period in the business wing at De Pere High School.

"I've been interested in that kind of stuff for a while now," the recent De Pere graduate said about taking numerous business classes offered by the school.

The business-minded Just should be well prepared when he goes off to college and pursues a possible degree in finance. Off the last two months alone, Just can say he's experienced the life of a business traveler. ...

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