Dr. David C. Mosely
Superintendent of Schools

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DCSS News Releases
Monroe High FBLA Students Place at Region Competition
February 4, 2013 - Monroe Comprehensive High School

Monroe FBLA membersMembers of the Monroe Comprehensive High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) participated in region competition on January 18 at Moultrie Technical College. The chapter was recognized for its previous accomplishment as a finalist in the Monopoly Competition at the Fall Leadership Conference. The following students placed in the region competition:

  • Rashawn Hall and Kiasia Keith 2nd place, Entrepreneurship
  • Brea Whitaker, Stephanie Williams, and Brelon Gaynair 3rd place, Marketing
  • Shanice Jones and Jaloni Dixon 3rd place, Marketing
  • Darien Shannon 4th place, Personal Finance
  • Brea Whitaker 4th place, Marketing
  • Rodrick Smith and Willie Felton 4th place, Global Business
  • Quincey Davis and Courtney Adams 4th place, Business
  • Zackeria Moore and Brea Whitaker 5th place, Business Presentation
  • Kiasia Keith and Essence Nickens 5th place, Emerging Business Issues
  • Quincey Davis 5th place, Help Desk
  • Tevan Warren and Talisha Watson 5th place, Management Decision Making
  • Aleah Newberry 7th place, Personal Finance
  • Rashawn Hall 8th place, Public Speaking I
  • Chavi Simmons 8th place, Public Speaking II
  • Chavi Simmons 10th place, Help Desk
  • Courtney Adams 10th place, Personal Finance

Courtney Adams, Darien Shannon, and Aleah Newberry advanced to state competition in the area of Personal Finance.

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