Local students participate in FBLA District Leadership Conference
Bowling Green High School FBLA participated in District Leadership Conference, held at Hannibal LaGrange University on Tuesday, Feb. 11.
Students competed against 19 area high schools in the District VII competition.
Students showed their talents in public speaking, entrepreneurship and various other business events.
Competitors that place in the top five of their event will move on to state competition, held in Columbia April 13 through 15.
Eleven competitors from BGHS will be attending the State Leadership Conference Competition.
Dustin Roan – Third Place Accounting II, First Place Cyber Security, Fourth Place Networking Concepts
Gaby Farabee – First Place Business Communication, Third Place Networking Concepts, Second Place Client Services
Dalton Sisson – Third Place Business Math, Fifth Place FBLA Principles and Procedures, Fifth Place Introduction to Business Communication
Shelby Grummel – First Place Public Service Announcement
Taylor Edmond – First Place Public Service Announcement
Madeline Kinkade – First Place Public Service Announcement
Chloe Calhoun – Fourth Place Computer Applications
Erin Martin – Fifth Place Computer Applications
Reed Niemeyer – Fourth Place Public Speaking I
Bishop Essig – Second Place Entrepreneurship
Alexandria Heidecker – Second Plac Entrepreneurship, Third Place Impromptu Speaking
In addition, the BGHS FBLA had the following students earn honors for sixth through tenth place:
Dalton Pafford – Sixth Place Accounting I
Shelby Grummel – Eighth Place Accounting I
Deanna Hale – Ninth Place Accounting I
Dakken Morris – Tenth Place Accounting I
Cory Buchanan – Sixth Place Accounting II
Josh Early – Ninth Place FBLA Principles and Procedures, Eighth Place Introduction to Business Communication
Bishop Essig – Sixth Place Introduction to Business
Devyn Korte – Tenth Place Introduction to Business
Patricia Rosenburg – Ninth Place Introduction to Business Communication
Elizabeth Yannelli – Tenth Place Introduction to Business Communication
Taylor Schneidler – Sixth Place Introduction to Information Technology
Loren Niemeyer – Seventh Place Introduction to Information Technology
Dakota Hipes – Tenth Place Introduction to Information Technology
“I am so proud of each of our competitors. They each worked so hard and they were great representatives for Bowling Green High School,” stated Stacie Smith, FBLA Advisor.