DDHS students learn about the Business side of the Bucks
Business education students at Delavan-Darien High School had an opportunity to participate in an exclusive, educational tour of the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Friday, March 10, 2017. The students, with business education teachers Ms. Jodi Scott and Ms. Kris Slawson, went behind the scenes and accessed luxury suites and club areas of the arena.
They also had a special presentation and question and answer session with the Bucks Management department. To end the tour, students stayed to cheer on the Bucks as the team took on the Indiana Pacers in a regular season game.
Three of the DDHS students were chosen for the special contests throughout the game. Evan Ferguson won his challenge of pronouncing a Wisconsin city. Tommy Hummel and Jayce Crull took second and third place in the dance contest.
Students were impressed with what it takes to operate a sports team. The students all agreed that this was a rewarding experience. To highlight the experience, the students were treated to a family-style sit down dinner at the renowned Turner Hall nearby.