Regional Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Regional Leadership
Conference was attended by 58 Sheboygan North High School students as
they accepted the "Outstanding Regional Chapter" award for second place
for Region VI in Wisconsin.
The following students
qualified to compete at the State FBLA Leadership Conference to be held
in Milwaukee: Taylor Waibel, 1st in Cyber Security; Bai Xiong, 1st in
Database Design and Applications; Anne Wiesman, 1st in FBLA Principles
and Procedures; Brandon Pakkebier, 1st in Impromptu Speaking; Luke
Addesso, 1st in Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure; Jim Cila, Josh
Doro, and Stewart Leis, 1st in Network Design; Alex Marks, 2nd in
Business Law; Sam Gilbertson, 2nd in Client Service; Jon Langan and
Isabella Zapinski, 2nd in Desktop Publishing; Kevin Chen, 2nd in
Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure; Andrew Bayliss, Nicole Green,
Kelly Lamb, and Hayley Norris, 2nd in Parliamentary Procedure; Matt
Guelig, 2nd in Spreadsheet Applications; Jonathan Wheeler, 2nd in
Technology Concepts; Bradley Heckner, 3rd in Introduction to Technology
Concepts; Alex Liebl and Amanda Senkbeil, 3rd in Management Decision
Making; Kalia Yang, 4th in Computer Applications; Derick Adams, 5th in
Accounting II; Alice Zhao, 5th in Business Calculations; and Patrick
Meicher, 5th in Sports Management.
North FBLA advisors are Linda Bolgert and Thomas Gross.
Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is the oldest and largest
organization for students preparing for careers in business leadership.
FBLA prepares students for real world professional experiences. Members
gain the competitive edge for college and career successes. More than a
quarter of a million students in 6,000 schools participate in FBLA.