Purdy Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members competed at the annual District Leadership Conference at New Site Baptist Church in Monett on Feb. 15.
Students placing first and going to state were: Hayle Wedel, accounting II; David Thomas, business calculations, help desk; and Addy Roller, spreadsheet applications.
Other students who placed at districts are: Megan Schilly, eighth, accounting; David Thomas, seventh, technology concepts; Viri Aldava, Jessica Ball and Kaylynn Harkey, seventh, business ethics; Jessica Ball, 10th, business math, and fourth, introduction to business communication; Sarah Ly, second, business presentation; Rachael Neill, third, business communications; Kristyn Cornman, eighth, business procedures; Tanner Marshall, fourth, client service; Cameron Terry, seventh, computer applications; Nathan Wolf, fifth, computer applications, and fourth, digital design and promotion; TJ Murray, fifth, cyber security, and fourth, introduction to technology concepts; Addy Roller and Rachael Neill, eighth, desktop publishing; Chelsea Mareth and Devon Bennett, third, digital video production; Emily Wolf, third, introduction to business communication; Billie House, fourth, introduction to parliamentary procedure; Bailey Burnside, sixth, introduction to parliamentary procedure; Kaylynn Harkey, ninth, introduction to technology concepts; Edith Villa, fifth, job interview; Quin O'Hagan and Nathan Wolf, sixth, emerging business issues; Brittany Hayes, Jayse Henderson and Taylor Reynolds, fifth, entrepreneurship; Jayse Henderson, ninth, FBLA principles and procedures; Devon Bennett, third, local chapter annual business report; and Careya Garcia, fifth, word processing I.
The Purdy FBLA Chapter placed fifth out of 15 schools. Mattie White was elected District V FBLA reporter.