New regional FBLA officer hails from Superior
Superior High School's Future Business Leaders of America team returned from regional competition at St. Croix Central High School with hardware and the new region vice president. Junior Adam LaVine defeated three other candidates for the post, which brings next year's regional competition to Superior.
In addition to snagging a new regional vice president, the Superior FBLA students brought back five first place medals, two second place medals and four third place medals.
The following students competed in the 2018 FBLA regional competition:
Jaylynn Glaus and Elise Hintzmann earned first place in publication design; Rianna Fortin, McKenzie Lehto and Olivia Moen won first place in entrepreneurship; Sam Gidley and Corey Sanders earned second place in global business; Erin Walpole and Julia Heytens won third place in hospitality management; Hailee Melgeorge earned third place in accounting I; Adam LaVine won third place in business calculations; Max Plunkett and Ty Russ earned fourth place in business ethics; Dayton Podvin won fourth place in job interview; Conner Fonger, Kingslee Hansen and Laura Jaques earned fifth place in marketing; Sophie Kintop, Megan Hansen and Lexi Jensen won fifth place in social media campaign; Caelyn Androsky and Alaina Lamoreaux earned fifth place in website design; uke Drougas and Brady Heytens wond seventh place in management decision making.
FBLA advisers are head coach Christa Kalin and assistant coach Donna Strubbe.