Cassville FBLA wins awards at leadership conference

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Nearly 4,500 students grades fifth through 12th, college students, and advisers, descended upon Springfield for the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America -- Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference. Cassville High School had 30 members in attendance, under the direction and support of advisers Shelley Henderson and Chelsea Powers. CHS winners included: Jessica Haney, Partnership with Business, 4th place; Jessica Haney, Riley Wilson and Alyssa Brewer, Public Service Announcement, 4th Place; Nicole Sutphin and Mary Hennigan, Business Plan, 6th place; Clay Lone and Jake Witham, Network Design, 6th place; Alyssa Brewer, Business Law, 7th place; Jade Holloway, Database Design & Application, 7th place; and Kelsey Roney, Electronic Career Portfolio, 8th place. In addition, students were able to enjoy the many opportunities at the professional business conference. For the first time, Missouri FBLA held a College and Career Fair with over 40 colleges present. In addition, over a dozen workshops from companies like the American Management Association, helped students to develop their professional business skills. Missouri FBLA-PBL is the official Career and Technical Student Organization for Missouri Business Education. Missouri FBLA-PBL is proudly supported and run by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Nearly 16,000 members of the organization form Missouri, making Missouri the second largest chapter in the nation. Contributed photo

Nearly 4,500 students grades fifth through 12th, college students, and advisers, descended upon Springfield for the Missouri Future Business Leaders of America -- Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference.