Ozark FBLA Sends Seven to State Competition

Seven members of Ozark Junior & High School’s FBLA are heading to state competition after their performances at the FBLA District Leadership Conference held at Missouri State.

The seven students qualifying for state are:

Nathaniel Kean, who took first place in Computer Problem Solving and third in Cyber Security;

Seven Thomsen, third in Computer Problem Solving and fourth in Cyber Security;

Christian Armstrong, second in Cyber Security and Networking Concepts;

Tyler Albright, second in Agribusiness;

Lauren Fergerson, chosen as a wild card attendee in Introduction to Financial Math;

Wyatt Long, first place in Public Service Announcement;

Jeremi Elliott, first place in Public Service Announcement.

Ozark FBLA Medal Winners

Other students with top finishes at the district competition included:

Job Interview – Claire Reynolds, second

Hospitality Management – Maegan Surface and Leah Currence, second

Business Plan – Baylie Beard and Kendra Beard, third

Business Ethics – Emma Bassett and Abbey Manning, fourth

Marketing – Maegan Surface and Leah Currence, third

Introduction to Business Presentation – Ella Scott and Kinsey McCallister, fourth

Graphic Design – Kaylea Robertson, fourth

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