Seventeen members of the MIHS chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America successfully completed the future level of the Business Achievement Award (BAA) national program.
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The Morris Innovative High School Future Business Leaders of America team participated in the FBLA Region Leadership Conference on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Six students placed in the Top 10.
When Rodney Gibson started working at Morris Innovative High School this year, he did not know the extent of the impact his teaching and mentorship would have on the lives of students in his music classes.
Seventeen members of the Morris Innovative High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America successfully completed the future level of the Business Achievement Award (BAA) national program. Pictured left to right, 1st row, Brittney Thomas, Kelly Talley, Daijah Page, Laritza Gomez, 2nd row, Alexis Flores, Saleh Zablah, Michael Nolasco, Aaron Kilgore-Bradley, Leydi Ballesteros, 3rd row, Yingrey Santos, Armando Ponce, Eduardo Fraire, Eduardo Osorios, and Ricky Aguilar. Not pictured are Terri East, Michelle Sanchez, and Chris Valencia.
This prestigious award program, sponsored by FBLA-PBL, recognizes individual business students and FBLA members for the quality participation and leadership within their local and state chapter.
The Business Achievement Award (BAA) program recognizes members with a certificate and a lapel pin. The winners will also be recognized at the local chapter award program in May.
Sheila Yarbrough, adviser and business teacher, said the students continue to impress her by their work ethic. "These students are the ones who go above and beyond the classroom expectations to accomplish their goals and to make better opportunities for their careers," she said.