The Simpson High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club traveled to McNeese State University on Jan. 31 to compete in the annual District IV FBLA conference.
Eighteen members attended the conference, and several students placed either excellent or superior in their events.

The Simpson High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club traveled to McNeese State University on Jan. 31 to compete in the annual District IV FBLA conference.
Eighteen members attended the conference, and several students placed either excellent or superior in their events.
LeAnn Bennett placed superior in both Impromptu Speaking and Ms. FBL; Brenna Prewitt placed excellent in Business Communication; Christina Snider placed superior in Business Ethics; Aerial Erwin place excellent in Banking and Financial Systems; Morgan Hall placed excellent in Banking and Financial Systems and in Healthcare Administration; Victoria Self placed superior in Introduction to Business Communication and excellent in Banking and Financial Systems; Claire Parker placed excellent in Introdution to Busines; Triston Rickel placed excellent in Mr. FBL; Destiny Jones placed superior in both Business Ethics and Introduction to Business Communication; Megan Chelette placed superior in both Introduction to Techology Concepts and Business Ethics; Kristen Eaves placed excellent in Desktop Publishing; Noraa Stanley placed excellent in Desktop Publishing; Ty LeBlanc placed excellent in Business Math; and Ryne Navarro placed superior in Sports Management.
The students who placed superior in their events have earned the chance to attend the State FBLA Conference March 24-26 in Lafayette. If any of the students place first, second, or third (in some events), they will get to move on to the national level which is held in Anaheim, Calif. this year.=