High School students achieve success at NYS FBLA District 3N conference; several advance to state competition

FBLA students

Congratulations to the following High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members for their outstanding performance at the New York State FBLA District 3N Spring meeting, recently  held at Monroe-Woodbury High School.

1st Place
Audrey Guido: “Introduction to Public Speaking”
Andrew Hines: “Business Law” and 4th place in “Public Speaking”
Nick Merante: “Sports Management”
Baylie Touw: “Introduction to FBLA” and 4th place in “Introduction to Financial Math”

2nd Place
Heather Day:  “Impromptu Speaking”
Nyree Hidalgo:  “Introduction to Decision Making”  and 5th place in “Introduction to Financial Math”
Allyson Levin:  “Introduction to FBLA”

4th Place
Derek Braun: “Client Service”

“This competition is the first level of competition for New York State FBLA,” said Advisor Seth Johnson. “Several members qualified to compete at the State Leadership Conference, which will be in Rochester this April. At this conference, they’ll compete against students from all over New York State in over 50 business related events.”