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Clubs Are Now Reaching an End to Their Season Which Means Are Reaching State

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Credit to Kyra Landers
Award plaques are shown from previous seasons of sports and various clubs.

Speech and Debate

Speech and Debate went to State with four competitors on April 19 – 20 in Springfield. They competed in different categories, some in pairs and some in singles, three competitors winning 8th place.

 

FBLA

FBLA went to State on April 14-16 in Springfield and many qualified for nationals. Students had varying competitions, with seven Top ten Finalists and 14 National Qualifiers

“The students who are competing have worked so hard to be where they are now,” FBLA and DECA adviser Abigail Davis said.

 

Mock Trial

This is the second year Mock Trials won State as they went this year on March 22-24 in Saint Charles. They represented Missouri at Nationals in Delaware May 2-5. The case they practiced and learned by heart throughout the year was about a car accident. The task included going through the details to find out who was at fault for the crime.

 

DECA

DECA competed in March on the 13-15 as they went to Kansas City, MO. Competing in a similar format to FBLA with 13 who qualified for internationals, they competed in categories of their choosing while enjoying fun events throughout the trip.

“There was an opening ceremony with a guest speaker who motivated the students and a hypnotist who made everyone laugh,” Davis said. “In their free time, the students got to walk around the mall that is connected to the hotel where they could shop, eat at the many different restaurants, or just hang out.”

 

Robotics

In Robotics, the female-led “Robbadies” team went to State on March 2 as they competed in different rounds of competitions dealing with key goals of coding, robot documentation and robot movements.

“We definitely worked hard this year to go to state and it sets a good example for future students to know we can do it,” Robbadies President and senior Mary Niu said.

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