RHS students at FBLA competition

Recently, the Rangely High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America competed at state. Eleven competed in a variety of events: Breanne Baker in public speaking; James Scoggins in client services; Rebecca Gillard in spreadsheet applications; Sierra Brannan in electronic career portfolio; Marielle Ivie in desktop publishing; McKenzie Webber in FBLA principles and procedures; Marshal Way competed in digital design and promotion, placing in the top 10; and Dawn Stephens also placed in the top 10 in client services; Savannah Nielsen competed in word processing and placed fifth at state; Zach Glasgow competed in word processing, placing third, and he will now represent Rangely High School and Colorado at nationals in Chicago in June.
Recently, the Rangely High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America competed at state. Eleven competed in a variety of events:  Breanne Baker in public speaking; James Scoggins in client services; Rebecca Gillard in spreadsheet applications; Sierra Brannan in electronic career portfolio; Marielle Ivie in desktop publishing; McKenzie Webber in FBLA principles and procedures; Marshal Way competed in digital design and promotion, placing in the top 10;  and Dawn Stephens also placed in the top 10 in client services; Savannah Nielsen competed in word processing and placed fifth at state; Zach Glasgow competed in word processing, placing third, and he will now represent Rangely High School and Colorado at nationals in Chicago in June.
Recently, the Rangely High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America competed at state. Eleven competed in a variety of events: Breanne Baker in public speaking; James Scoggins in client services; Rebecca Gillard in spreadsheet applications; Sierra Brannan in electronic career portfolio; Marielle Ivie in desktop publishing; McKenzie Webber in FBLA principles and procedures; Marshal Way competed in digital design and promotion, placing in the top 10; and Dawn Stephens also placed in the top 10 in client services; Savannah Nielsen competed in word processing and placed fifth at state; Zach Glasgow competed in word processing, placing third, and he will now represent Rangely High School and Colorado at nationals in Chicago in June.