William Floyd HS Student Qualifies for FBLA National Conference

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William Floyd High School senior Marlene Rodriguez, a student enrolled in the Business Academy, recently took second place at the New York State FBLA competition.

Mastic Beach, NY - May 16, 2014 -  William Floyd High School senior Marlene Rodriguez, a student enrolled in the Business Academy, recently took second place at the New York State Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competition held in Rochester, NY. Marlene was one of eight William Floyd students to qualify for the state competition and the only one of those to qualify for the FBLA National Leadership Conference scheduled for this summer in Nashville, Tennessee. Congratulations to Marlene and her business teacher, Ms. Jacqueline Giacalone!

The William Floyd High School Business Academy encompasses a comprehensive program of challenging courses in career preparation and technological literacy that are enriched with a variety of extracurricular activities. Their half- and full-year courses complement academic study and provide opportunities for students to satisfy many of the commencement level NYS Learning Standards. Courses are designed to prepare students for post-secondary study and/or entry-level employment.

Pictured: William Floyd High School senior Marlene Rodriguez is pictured with her business teacher, Ms. Jacqueline Giacalone.

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