Oconto Falls High School FBLA

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Congratulations to our FBLA National qualifiers!

The FBLA State Leadership Conference, like last year, was a virtual competition where students had to compete online at the high school or submitted a video to be judged. The following students have placed at the top of their event against their competitors at the state level and have qualified to advance onto the FBLA Virtual National Leadership Conference

Garrett VerVelde in Marketing placed 2nd
Jayden Arndt & Amelia Rice in Social Media Strategies placed 3rd


OFHS FBLA is proud to announce our 2020 Virtual National Leadership Conference winners!!!

This year we had two groups place in the top 10 in the nation for their competitive event! Garrett VerVelde, a two time national competitor, placed 7th for Graphic Design! And senior members, Elizabeth Kallies and Saffron Mears, placed 2nd for Publication Design!

This is the highest anyone has placed in Oconto Falls history!! Congratulations to these FBLA members! We are so proud of all the hard work you’ve put in!!


FBLA member Garrett VerVelde is another finalist for the Virtual National Leadership Conference! Garrett placed in the top twelve in the country for Graphic Design and his submitted video/project will be judged in the final round. Competitive event winners will be announced July 12th in Tomorrow’s Business Leader NLE Special Online Edition! Congrats and Good Luck to Garrett!


FBLA members Elizabeth Kallies and Saffron Mears are finalists for the Virtual National Leadership Conference! These members placed in the top twelve in the country for Publication Design and their submitted video will be judged in the final round. #HopingForMoreFinalists

Competitive event winners will be announced July 12th in Tomorrow’s Business Leader NLE Special Online Edition! Congrats and Good Luck to Saffy and Elizabeth!


Congratulations to our senior members Bethy Olson and Elizabeth Kallies for completing over 500 hours of community service and reaching the Achievement Level of achievement. These two members were recognized during an FBLA National Virtual presentation today!


Last but not least we have our 9th featured member and last officer for the 2019-2020 school year, Kayle Hines! She has been a great addition to the officer team this past year!


OFHS FBLA’s Community Service Coordinator, Danielle Darby, is our eighth featured FBLA member!! Having been in FBLA for only two years, she has already made a huge impact on our chapter!


Bethy Olson is our 7th featured member and our 7th senior officer for the 2019-2020 school year! Without Bethy, a lot of our favorite FBLA events would not have been possible! We will miss her and all the other senior officers next year!!


Caitlyn Krejcarek is our sixth featured FBLA member!! In being an officer for 3 years, she has helped our chapter grow with her great ideas!!


Our fifth featured member is Kari Albrecht! This officer helps our chapter greatly and her efforts will also be missed!
#FBLAMember #FBLAOfficer #OFHSPantherPride #FarewellSenior


Our fourth featured member is another senior and our Social Media Specialist! Brianna Scray has been an officer for 3 years and a member all 4 years!
#FBLAMember #FBLAOfficer #OFHSPantherPride #FarewellSenior


Our third featured member is Catelyn Kramer! Serving as our chapters treasurer, Catelyn has helped to make a positive impact on our community and school!
#FBLAMember #FBLAOfficer #OFHSPantherPride #FarewellSenior


Another senior and our co-president, Elizabeth Kallies, is our second feature member! She has enjoyed her four years working with her officer team and making memories that will last a lifetime!
#FBLAMember #FBLAOfficer #OFHSPantherPride #FarewellSenior


Saffy Mears is our first featured member. As our webmaster, Saffy brings a lot of fun and creative ideas to our officer team while also keeping up with our FBLA website! #FBLAMember #FBLAOfficer #OFHSPantherPride #FarewellSenior


Our annual Prince & Princess Dance is approaching fast! All students in grades 4K - 5th are welcome to attend with a parent/guardian. Although dressing up is encouraged, it is not required in order to have a blast at the dance. Come out on February 21 and spend the evening singing and dancing with FBLA!! 💜👯👑💃🏼💕


This week was FBLA week. We started out the week with business tours on Wednesday. This year we had had the privilege to visit two local businesses in addition to three in Green Bay. Our first stop was The Flower Shoppe, Inc. and MK Photography in Oconto Falls, where members got to hear about the start-up of a small business, the ins and outs of running a business, as well as taking home a flower and a cool MK pen! Then we headed to Green Bay with our first stop being Titletown Tech Here we were able to tour this amazing building, met many successful individuals, and learned about what it's like to work in the business industry. Students were intrigued to learn that we have venture capitalists right here in Green Bay! The fourth business we toured was at Lodge Kohler. During this tour we saw a variety of guest rooms, learned what makes their hotel unique, and heard about the hospitality & tourism industry. The final stop was at Paintin' Pottery, where everyone was able to paint either a mug or bowl. The owner also discussed the advantages and disadvantages of owning her own business and techniques she's learned throughout the years. (Pictures with the final products to come!) Thursday was advisor appreciation day. Members and officers thanked the advisors for all the work they put into making our chapter so successful! Friday was member appreciation day! Today we were able to thank our members for helping out and making our events a success. Members were able to pick up a free popcorn today if there were wearing an FBLA shirt, as a token of our appreciation.


Local students and members of the Oconto Falls Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter traveled to Seymour on Saturday, February 1, to compete in a variety of academic events and attend professional development workshops at the annual Regional Leadership Conference. In all, sixteen FBLA members placed within the top 3 within their event and will be advancing onto the FBLA State Leadership Conference at the end of March. Out of our 28 competitors, we had 21 students that placed in the top 10 of their event. Due to this, our chapter placed 5th overall at this conference.

Our sixteen students who will be representing our community and school are:
3rd Place Finishes:
Caitlyn Krejcarek & Hanna Krejcarek in Broadcast Journalism
Bethy Olson & Catelyn Karmer in Business Ethics
Quinn Eisch in Word Processing
Kari Albrecht in Computer Applications

2nd Place Finishes:
Jayden Arndt & Amelia Rice in Social Media Campaign
Kayle Hines in Introduction to Business Communication
Meadow Hahn in Introduction to Business Procedures
Autumn Payette in Journalism

1st Place Finishes:
Hailey Pietersen in Intro to Public Speaking
Danielle Darby in Sales Presentation
Elizabeth Kallies & Saffy Mears in Publication Design
Garrett VerVelde in Graphic Design


Thanks to all of this years sponsors for making our bucket raffle possible. We appreciate the overwhelming support from everyone in the community! We hope to see everyone tonight at the boys basketball game in YELLOW!! 💛🔅✨☺️


Come out to our Community Cancer Collection Tonight in the OFHS field house. Bucket raffles start at 5:30 with a coin collection at halftime. Don't forget to wear yellow!! 💛🔅✨


Come out to the boy's basketball game this Friday to support our Community Cancer Collection! Here are a few of the baskets that were donated, if you or your business are interested in donating please drop it off before Wednesday the 15. 💛✨


Our Cancer Collection is next Friday and is approaching fast!


Today members and officers went to the Atruim-Meadowbrook Nursing Center in Oconto Falls to spread holiday cheer! Members were able to bond with the seniors by doing various holiday crafts.


Fall 2019 Episode 2

Go check out episode 2 of Panther Productions where FBLA is highlighted!


More Pura Vida bracelets are in! This time to go with our cancer collection, the bracelets are yellow, grey, and white! Stop by the office or Mrs. Tate's room to purchase yours for $5! All proceeds go to our Community Cancer Collection. Bracelets will also be for sale at the Community Cancer event held by FBLA at the boy's basketball game on January 17th! Hope to see you there!

[11/18/19]   This year FBLA is hosting the 2nd Annual Community Cancer Collection. The Community Cancer Collection will include a bucket raffle, bracelet sales, and a coin collection at half time of the Oconto Falls Varsity boys’ basketball game on January 17, 2020. All proceeds from this collection will go to help families in our community and district that are currently affected by cancer. We are inviting businesses and members of our community to donate baskets or to donate items (such as gift cards or money) to include in baskets. If you or your business have questions about the event or you want to do more to help us with the event, please contact Tracy Tate and the FBLA officer team at [email protected].
Donations can be dropped off at the Oconto Falls High School office until January 15th. If we receive your donation by December 16th, you will be mailed a sponsorship certificate to display within your business if you choose to do so.


On November 11 - 12, members and advisers traveled to the Wisconsin Fall Leadership Conference (WFLC) in Stevens Point. This year’s National theme “A World of Opportunity” was shown throughout the conference. While at the conference students went to the different workshops where they were able to learn more about what FBLA is and has to offer, make connections, network with other students, advisors, and business professionals from across the state, and learn about ways to improve our chapter. In the minimal free time we had we were able to squeeze in some fun by touring the UWSP campus and attending an escape room!


As usual, October is a very busy month within FBLA. We started out the month with a Miracle Moment for the March of Dimes at the football game. On October 9, members went around the stands and were able to collect $100. Our next collection date is at a basketball game.

Our next event was held on October 10 at the Taste of Oconto County. This is the main fundraiser for the Caring Tree Adult Day Center and due to our chapter partnering with this organization, we try to help out as much as possible. This year it was hosted at the Red Maple Country Club in Suring. Members were able to assist by selling raffle tickets, paddle wheels, and handing out of bags at the door.

On October 18, officers went down to all of the elementary schools in our district to teach students, in grades 4k - 2, how to be safe while out trick or treating on Halloween. Along with the safety lesson, the officers also hosted a coloring contest. A student within each classroom from 4k-2 was recognized with a certificate for their coloring efforts.

On October 19, FBLA hosted a Freshman/JV2 Volleyball Tournament for teams in our conference, for the second year. Members were able to participate by bringing in a variety of baked goods, helping with concession, or taking records. With this being our main fundraiser of the year, members that helped out were able to raise funds for their FBLA account to go to our Fall Leadership Conference in Stevens Point.

Something new we started this year is hosting a coin war at Abrams Elementary. Students brought in coins to help their class win. The coin war proceeds, all 100%, are all going towards our Community Cancer Collection Funds, which will be donated back to families within our district that are affected by Cancer. This year the third graders won with a total of 44,132 points! Overall, it was a success for our first year as we collected over $500!

We ended the month with our annual fall senior center visit on Wednesday, October 23. Members were able to build a connection with the senior citizens of our community through conversations about occupations, family and laughable stories while participating in multiple fall-themed games and activities. If interested in attending a future event, contact Bonnie Johnson at (920) 848-4467.


Oconto Falls High School FBLA's cover photo


FBLA is selling Pura Vida bracelets (pictured below) for $5. All proceeds go to our Community Cancer Collection. You can pick up bracelets at sporting events or stopping by the office. Thanks for the support! 💛


Oconto Falls High School FBLA


NLC (National Leadership Conference) Day #6
Travel day! We left our hotel at 4:30am to arrive back in Green Bay around 12:30pm. Thank you again to our generous sponsors! Without your financial contribution this experience wouldn’t have been as fulfilling or as much of a learning experience as it was!
#NLC19, #ThankYouSponsors, #OFSDPride #ofhspanthers #MakingPlansForNextYear


NLC (National Leadership Conference) Day #5
Today was our was our last full day in San Antonio. We started off the day by going to a local farmers market and then walked through the beautiful San Antonio Botanical Garden. Our day ended with the FBLA Closing Awards Ceremony.
#NLC19, #ThankYouSponsors, #OFSDPride #ofhspanthers #MakingPlansForNextYear


NLC (National Leadership Conference) Day #4
Today started off disappointing when we found out that we didn’t qualify for the final round of competition. However, when reflecting on it, we are proud of what we were able to achieve! We watched a variety of different events and took notes to aid our chapter in preparation for next years competition and even attended workshops. We ended our day by walking through the Market Square, San Antonio and The Alamo. We also enjoyed the sunset view at The Towers Of The Americas- Chart House!
#NLC19, #ThankYouSponsors, #OFSDPride #ofhspanthers #WishUsLuck


NLC (National Leadership Conference) Day #3
Competition Day! We started today with practicing for our event before heading to the convention center to attend leadership workshops! Round 1 (prelims) were completed with positive thoughts & wishes! We ended today with the @San Antonio Saga light show! #NLC19, #ThankYouSponsors, #OFSDPride #ofhspanthers #WishUsLuck

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Oconto Falls, WI
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