Superior FBLA students advance to stateSuperior High School placed third overall during the FBLA Regional Leadership Conference Saturday in Somerset. Of the students who competed, 21 will continue on to state along with a handful of others who are in state only events.
Superior High School placed third overall during the FBLA Regional Leadership Conference Saturday in Somerset. Of the students who competed, 21 will continue on to state along with a handful of others who are in state only events. The State Regional Conference will be held April 12-13 in the Wisconsin Dells. Top competitors from state advance to Nashville, Tenn. For national competition.
Individual results for the Regional Leadership Conference are as follows: Cassie Hanson placed ninth and Molly Adamscheck placed seventh in Introduction to Business Procedures, Trent Van Damme placed first in Accounting II, Caitlin Pendleton placed first in Business Communication, Sarah McGrath placed sixth in Business Law, the team of Jordan Butera, Kellen McKoshen, Jake Turkowski placed third in Business Presentation, Yer Vang placed fourth in Client Service, Olivia Burger and Jimmy Lehto both placed third in Cyber Security, the team of Sarah Rivord and Paige Johnson placed third in Desktop Publishing, the team of Hannah Nelson and Kate Bergum placed second in Emerging Business Issues, Dylan Johnson placed first in Help Desk, Ryan O’Neill placed fourth in Impromptu, Shannon Greely placed sixth in Job Interview, the team of Kyle Homich, Jason Ojala and Calvin Wong placed third in Management Decision Making, Baily Johnson placed second in Public Speaking I, Tim Mahan placed second in Sports Management, Ashley Ozzello –placed fifth in Computer Applications, Brentton Paulus placed first in Networking Concepts, Austin Lindstrom placed second in Technology Concepts, Sarah Goddard placed third in FBLA Principles and Procedures, Brent Frazier placed third in Computer Problem Solving and Natalie McMinn placed third in Personal Finance.