St. Elizabeth R-IV Home of the Hornets
September 13 - Meeting
October 11 - Meeting
October 24 - Spookfest
November 8 - Meeting
November TBA - Leadership Workshop
December 13 - Meeting
January 10 - Meeting
February TBA - FBLA Districts @ Lebanon
February 14 - Meeting
March 14 - Meeting
April 11 - Meeting
April TBA - State FBLA @Springfield, MO
April TBA - March of Dimes
May 7-11 - FBLA Week
May 11 - Career Day
May TBA - Field Trip
FBLA POINT SYSTEM:
St. Elizabeth FBLA Point System for 2018-19
Attending monthly meetings
Work concession stand
Attending social activities
Participating in Districts
Wear FBLA t-shirt on assigned dates
Brought in assigned items (food, etc.) for breakfast, socials, etc.
FBLA Service Project participation (maximum of 20 earned)
Attending Committee Meetings and fulfilling your duties as a member
Preparing for Districts (projects ready on time, practice tests completed, practice performances in front of professional(s))
Qualifying for State FBLA Leadership Conference
Placing top five at State Competition
Qualifying for National FBLA Leadership Conference
Placing top two at National Competition
1 point for every fundraiser item you sell (maximum of 30 points)
10 points for meeting fundraiser goal (selling 15 items)
Top 3 sellers earn an extra 25 points!
If you sell at least 5 items FBLA will pay your District entry fee and 8 items to pay your State entry fee
If you sell at least 10 items and make it to State, FBLA will pay your hotel fee.
You must meet a minimum score of 100 points by our field trip date
or other predetermine date to qualify for the FBLA field trip.
(Typically need to meet points by middle to end of April)
With over 250,000 members nationwide, the Future Business Leaders of America strive to join business and education together in a fun and enthusiastic environment. Using this website, you can learn about our organization, the methods we practice, and the activities we conduct.
The St. Elizabeth FBLA is in its 17th year of existence. The 2019-20 National FBLA theme and the Missouri state theme this year is "A World of Opportunity". Our club's enrollment of 50 members this year will allow us to conduct many activities and have better representation at the district and state competitions. In past years, our club was able to attend the National Leadership Conferences in Dallas, Nashville, Atlanta, and Anaheim. We hope to attend the conference again this year in Salt Lake City, Utah!
I solemnly promise to uphold the aims and responsibilities of Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda, and as an active member, I shall strive to develop the qualities necessary in becoming a responsible business leader.
The mission of FBLA is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.