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Coleman FBLA Students Qualify for State in April
Issue Date: February 7, 2019
Coleman High School hosted almost 600 students from area schools in the Future Business Leaders of America Regional Competition on Saturday, Feb. 2. Coleman's FBLA Chapter has 53 members who competed with nearly half qualifying for the State Competition in April.
Long time FBLA Adviser Kris Lahners stated, "Our students should be extremely proud of themselves. We have 47% of our members advancing to State. Earning 2nd place as an Outstanding Chapter at Regionals against nearly 30 schools, many of them much larger than Coleman. Advisers Jeremy Brady and Kris Lahners are excited for these students to compete in Green Bay and are hoping for some National Qualifiers to go to San Antonio, Tex. this June for competition.
Students who placed in the top three advance to the state competition.
These students are: Bryce Karban, Accounting I-1st, Lily Charapata, Agribusiness-3rd, Jesse Meyer, Agribusiness-2nd, Stephanie Faudoa, Broadcast Journalism-1st, Faith King, Broadcast Journalism-1st, Megan Seefeldt, Business Communication-3rd, Desiree Nowak, Business Financial Plan-2nd, Maria Nowak, Business Financial Plan-2nd, Lauren Wittock, Client Services-1st, Allyson Crandall, Future Business Leaders-3rd, Simon Maedke, Intro to Business-2nd, Madelyn Hoida, Intro to Business Communications-1st.
Also Jenna Styczynski, Intro to Business Communications-3rd, Christina Ermis, Intro to Business Presentation-2nd, Alexandra Martinez, Intro to Business Presentation-2nd, Jesse Borchert, Intro to Parliamentary Procedure-3rd, Chloe Mongin, Job Interview-2nd, Rebecca Florencio, Journalism-2nd, Connor DeWitt, Marketing-2nd, Seth Seefeldt, Marketing-2nd, Kyla Manning, Networking concepts-3rd, Brooklyn Seals, Organizational Leadership-2nd, Maddie Wagner, Public Speaking-2nd, thomas Bartnik, Spreadsheets-3rd, and Easton Sailer, Word Processing-2nd.