Lansing FCCLA Members Excel in National Personal Finance Virtual Business Challenge
Lansing USD469 is proud to announce that five of our FCCLA members competed in the Personal Finance Virtual Business Challenge and have achieved recognition for their outstanding performance.
Lansing High School students Stephany Santiago and Alyssa Klepper have ranked as two of the top eight teams nationally after Round 2 of the FCCLA Knowledge Matters Virtual Business Challenge on Friday, February 26th. This outstanding achievement means they will advance to the National Championship Round, taking place from April 3 - 7. Congratulations, Stephany and Alyssa, on this remarkable accomplishment!
In addition, we want to recognize Eli Townsend, Desiree Gonzales, and David Pruitt for ranking in the top 25 nationally. Eli Townsend secured the 14th spot, while Desiree Gonzales and David Pruitt achieved the 18th and 19th positions, respectively. It is truly impressive to see our students achieving such high levels of success in a national competition!
FCCLA Sponsor and teacher Shannon Long had this to say about the achievement, "We couldn't be prouder of our competitors for representing Lansing FCCLA so well and their competitive spirit!"
These students have demonstrated the values of FCCLA through their dedication and hard work, and we are proud to call them Lions!