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Future Business Leaders of America Recognized at East Windsor School Board Meeting

Juniors and seniors have helped make the team what it is.

The honored the student members of ’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) student organization at its June 6 school board meeting.

FBLA seniors Kavya Nagalla, Megan Krishnamurthy, Monali Patel, Priyanka Jain, and Fiona Lee were recognized for their dedication and accomplishments toward FBLA over the course of their high school careers. Aditya Dalal, a junior, was recognized for placing first in the state in Computer Problem Solving competitive event. Aditya will represent the state at the FBLA-PBL National Leadership Conference held in Orlando, Fla. at the end of June.

Over the course of the last four years, the aforementioned students participated and excelled in FBLA Regional Competitive Events, State Leadership Conferences and National Leadership Conferences, advancing to higher levels of achievement in the areas of entrepreneurship, intro to business, global business, economics and computer problem solving, which has led to the students earning awards at the regional, state, and national levels.

The FBLA competitive events allow FBLA members to compete against other members from across the state and nationally in over 30 different subject areas ranging from accounting to word processing. In addition to conferences and awards, the students and their adviser and business teacher, David Teleposky, played a pivotal leadership role in shaping the success of the club over the past several years. Hightstown High School’s chapter of approximately 40 students participates annually in the competitive events as well as the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs, the Mercer County Consumer Bowl among other service oriented and fundraising activities.

This information was provided to Patch by the East Windsor Regional School District.

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