By Jackie Nelson
Five members of the Hesston High Future Business Leaders of America (FLBA) have qualified for national competition after a very successful trip to State.
Students Peter Jensen, Sabrina Wolenberg, Kiley Varney, Liz Reimer and Kameron Johnson are hoping to head to Anaheim for National Competition.
FBLA Sponsor Dori Roth said the success of the students and the long-term success of the program has kept her involved and energized.
“I believe in FBLA. It is a great leadership organization and it is awesome to see the accomplishments these students achieve every year. I am so very proud of them. It's busy, but well worth the time and energy! I enjoy seeing students grow throughout their high school career and achieve the things they work so hard for,” she said.
Roth said students in Hesston were extremely dedicated to the organization and to their projects.
”Our kids, unlike other schools, do this as an extracurricular on their own time – on top of sports, forensics, musical and getting the best of all the worlds,” said Roth.
It can be challenging for students, and Roth, to find time to work FBLA activities into busy schedules.
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