The North Sanpete Middle School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) spent the day in Ogden at their State Leadership Conference, March 11, to compete against over 300 students.
Those that traveled to the competition consist of Cole Booher, MaKayla Hansen, Cassidy Curtis, Summer Johnson, Cecily Betteridge, Maddi Anderson, TateLyn Johnson, Halley Power, Katie Jones, Megan Chambers, Kamron Cox, and Wyatt Bills.
To start off the excitement we had more students make the final rounds than we have in the past with the smallest team from North Sanpete Middle school. Those to move on in performance were Cole Booher, TateLyn Johnson, Katie Jones, Halley Power, Cassidy Curtis, Cecily Betteridge, Summer Johnson, Wyatt Bills, Kamron Cox
The team took fourth overall Outstanding Chapter of the Year, and fourth in Annual Chapters Activities presented by Cole Booher and MaKayla Hansen.
Individual awards were given to Summer Johnson, who took third in Career Exploration, and fourth place in Exploring Business Issues; Wyatt Bills took fifth in Career Research; Cole Booher and TateLyn Johnson performed in Critical Thinking and took fourth place; Halley Power took fourth place in FBLA Pledge and Mission Statement; Cecily Betteridge took third in Interpersonal Communications and fourth again with Leadership.
Taking home the most awards for the day was Megan Chambers with second place in Interpersonal Communications, third in Digital Citizen, fifth place in Exploring Computer Science, and another fifth place win in Leadership.
Cassidy Curtis took a first-place win with her performance in Marketing Mix, qualifying her for the National Conference.
Each team member worked hard for this event and deserves recognition. It would not be possible to take a team event without the combined scores of the entire team.