Fifteen MHS FBLA members medal in regional competition
|Regional FBLA winners from Middlesex High School were, sitting from left, Robert Lemon and Grace Rutkowski; and standing from left, Kelly Wood, Devante Robertson, Emily Toney, Chris Roberts, Healy Bray, Chelsea Hall, Maggie Bull, Erika Britton, Quinlan Moore, Blake Crittenden, Raiven Hammond and Joseph Cockrell.|
The Middlesex High School Chapter of the Future Business Leaders Association (FBLA) just completed a successful regional spring competition. Fifteen MHS students medaled in the competition. This is the best showing the MHS FBLA has had at the regional level since 2007.
FBLA adviser Meagan Bibbins noted the extra work all the students put in preparing for the competition, and that she “couldn’t be more proud of all these students!”
Receiving 3rd place honors were: Devante Robertson and Kyle Shelton in Global Business; Raiven Hammond in Introduction to Parliamentary Procedures; Maggie Bull, Erika Britton and Chelsea Hall in Marketing; and Healy Bray in Word Processing.
Receiving 2nd place honors were: Robert Lemon in Accounting II; Joseph Cockrell in Computer Applications; Andre Campbell, Jacob Self and Brandon Sjolie in Entrepreneurship; Emily Toney in Healthcare Administration; and Grace Rutkowski in Spreadsheet Applications.
Receiving 1st place honors were: Quinlan Moore in Business Communication; Chris Roberts in Business Law; and Kelly Wood in Introduction to Business Communication.
First and second place winners will advance to state competition in Reston on April 4-5.
FBLA is the largest student-run organization in the United States. The MHS Chapter competes in the Capital Region.