_Business Plan Competition links_
1) Follow link below to TEAM song list: 5-10 seconds of a song will be played
-NO CUSS WORDS can be used, if you have to ask - its a bad word!
-send a midi file if you have it to Ms. Hugienin
2) Complete BUILD score Self-Assessment by Monday 5-7
Showcase#2 - A success for A-team!
The freshmen BUILD class of 2016 completed their second Showcase on 3-6-12.
The winning team, A-Team, won with their product _SOLE SAVIOR_; flats in a wrist bag that zips open turning into a nylon bag to hold heels ($20).
Efrain Garcia, CEO, VPMS
Martha Leon, COO
Karla Servin, CFO
Steven Vaka, VPMD
Second runner up team was Team Legit [Joseph Mahoni, Mitchell Martin, & Aherakhem Neterab] with their _Remember pad_.
The following students were recognized for most valuable professional last night:
[Rahman Humphries + Alondra Caballero won MVP in Showcase#1]
Others who participated were:
Gaby Ruiz*, Adagio Lopeti*, Rahaman Humphries*, Perla Robles*, Alondra Caballero, Crisanto Perez, Isabel Garcia, Logan Nash, Maria Calderon, Greg Foresti
**These students won at Showcase #1
+++++++Please congratulate these students if you see them - - - Thank you! +++++
BUILD AWARDS NIGHT - Sequoia HS, Carrington Hall
The following students have earned a 3.0 or above for 2011-12 Semester 1 transcripts and will be receiving an award. Families are welcome.
Maria de Jesus Calderon
Karla Servin Ayala
SAVE-THE-DATE: Showcase #2, Tuesday - - March 6, 2012 5:30-7:00 pm WHS Library
-Mentor Sessions: Tuesday 1-16-12 5:30 -7pm
WHS's BUILD class in the spotlight: http://tinyurl.com/2ev9pd7
"Entrepreneurship is not just business, it is economics, politics, history and geography. It is the building block of society. Without strong entrepreneurial education, our society will not have the tools necessary to compete in the global economy."
CREATING TOMORROW'S ENTREPRENEURS TODAY Youth Entrepreneurship (P. Tefft)
Welcome to the Woodside's BUILD class of 2011 - 2012
Last year, Woodside's team Guthix [product = "brewed awakening"] took 1st place in the District-wide written Business Plan Competition held at Stanford's School of Business. We were very proud of all our teams, whether they were offering an alternative breakfast option, or customizable cupcakes, all the team members pushed themselves and learned a lot.
We look forward to hearing from you.