MacArthur High School business students Justin Rosado and Matthew Frank Maggio presented projects called “Marketing Blitz” and “Retail Store” at the school’s annual Business Showcase. Credit: Liz Sobel
Levittown’s MacArthur High School business students proudly displayed group and individual projects during the business department’s second annual student showcase.
Business Honor Society members volunteered at each of the various stations, and each student’s work was represented in the areas of business ownership and marketing, computer programming and applications, digital media production, introduction to business, marketing principles and practices, personal money management, sports and entertainment management and web design.
In addition, students enrolled in the trial law classes hosted a mock trial in which they debated criminal hazing and manslaughter.
Business teacher Chris Leahy noted that the school’s business program is in-depth and offers students opportunities to explore future business options. The evening is also an opportunity for each student to showcase his or her work.
“When you see the students excited about what they are presenting, it adds a whole new layer to the importance of the program,” Mr. Leahy stated.