Several Milton High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members competed in a regional event and will advance to the state competition.
Like the Region 7 competition, the state competition on April 12, will be held virtually.
For the regional competition, students chose a project and began preparing in early November. They submitted their projects mid-January and event placings were announced Saturday.
The following students will advance to state:
- Allie Pingel — 1st Place — Banking & Financing Systems
- Kennedy Carr — 1st Place — Introduction to Business Communications
- Madison Manor — 1st Place — Personal Finance
- Carolina Herrera — 1st Place — Public Speaking
- Caralyne Silha, Todd Myers, Alton Banushi — 1st Place — Publication Design
- Kayli Phillips — 3rd Place — Business Law
- Ida Fladhammer & Hailee Shores — 2nd Place — Business Plan
- Kelly Ploszaj will be participating in a coding and programming event held only at state.
- Julia Jaecks — 5th Place — Organizational Leadership
- James Axe & Ty Knudsen — 5th Place — Sales Presentation
Tim Wallace received 6th place
Jordan Olson received 8th plac
Other regional participants include:
- Tim Wallace — Business Communications — 6th place
- Analeecia Ransom — 7th place — Accounting 1
- Jordan Olson — Website Design -8th place
- Meghan Gasser — Graphic Design
- Leo Strand — Political Science
- Ellen Toberman — Political Science
FBLA Advisor Sheryl Avery said, “I am so proud of the hard work and dedication from these students in what has been such an abnormal year. I look forward to seeing what they accomplish next.”