Dr. David C. Mosely
Superintendent of Schools

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DCSS News Releases
Albany High FBLA Wins State Awards
April 22, 2013 - Albany High School

Albany High FBLATwenty-six Albany High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members participated in the 2013 Georgia FBLA State Leadership Conference held March 15-17 in Atlanta. Members competed in various events and attended leadership workshops at the conference. The following awards were received:

Chapter Awards

  • Chapter of the Year Award Recipient of the Silver Level Chapter Award. Chapters receive points for chapter management, conference attendance, recruitment, public relations, and participation in national and state projects.

Individual Awards

  • Introduction to Business, 5th place Donovan Walley

Georgia FBLA Business Achievement Awards (four levels of leadership achievement future, business, leader, and America each consisting of business, education, and leadership elements; members receive a certificate of recognition and an FBLA business pin for each level they complete)

  • Leader Level Taylor Washington
  • Business Level Durann Brown, Ian Pedrero
  • Future Level Daja Hardwick, Lamarshia Holley, Mia Hardy, Lamancia Martin, Jordan McCoy, Alexia Singleton, Telvin Smith, Dejah Thomas

Conference All-Stars (members who attend all six annual conferences receive a ribbon for perfect attendance)

  • Durann Brown, Daja Hardwick, Ian Pedrero, Robert Marshall, Telvin Smith, Dejah Thomas, Taylor Washington

Carene Talley and Jamie Fredrickson are FBLA advisers at Albany High.

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