Students Place in District FBLA Competition, Qualify for State Competition
Students from Raytown High School and Raytown South High School earned top honors in the annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) District virtual competition and have qualified for the state competition.
Raytown High School honorees who placed in the District competition include Natalie Bejarano who placed second in word processing and fifth in computer applications and Brooklyn Jenkins who placed fourth in networking infrastructure.
Raytown South High honorees who placed in the competition include Kayauna Barnes who placed first in client service and Reily Berroteran who place fifth in political science.
Students from both high schools will also move on to compete in the FBLA State competition, which will take place April 11-13. This year the State competition will take place in a virtually.
The FBLA Sponsor at Raytown South High is Venus Webster. The FBLA sponsors at Raytown High School are Johnna Natali and Lindsey Pulverenti.