(North Bergen, NJ—January 19, 2018) The High Tech Consumer Bowl team reaped the fruits of their labors at the Hudson County Consumer Bowl Championship, besting seven schools in order to reach the Regional Championship, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech. High School.
The members of the High Tech team (seniors Tamana Bawa and Himani Patel of Jersey City, junior Dylan Conrad of Kearny, and sophomores Jay Patel of Jersey City and Secaucus resident Eshaan Mangat) spent countless hours studying and quizzing one another in preparation for their Hudson County Consumer Bowl competitions against County Prep, Dickinson, Secaucus, McNair, Liberty, Kearny, and Union City.
An educational competition for students across the Garden State, the New Jersey High School Consumer Bowl tests students on a number of important consumer issues, all of which approved under the state’s Professional Development Guidelines. Established in 1997, the New Jersey High School Consumer Bowl also enables the teachers who coach students to obtain professional development credits.
Schools involved in the New Jersey High School Consumer Bowl participate at no cost to them and they have immediate access to pertinent study materials at the New Jersey Consumer Affairs website. The materials can be accessed at the following link:
All participating students receive Certificates of Achievement. Winners at the county and regional level earn trophies. First, second, and third place winners at the state level (the final level of competition) receive individual medals and prizes.
|(clockwise from left to right: Jamie Velazquez (team teacher), Eshaan Mangat, Dylan Conrad, Himani Patel, Tamana Bawa, and Jay Patel)|