FBLA competes in section conference
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) went to the Bay Section Leadership Conference in Westmoor High School on Saturday, March 2nd.
The team placed in 17 events and won more than 20 awards. During the conference, 16 competitors qualified for the State Leadership Conference (SLC). In addition to other students who had already secured state competition positions, 31 students from LAHS FBLA are going to the SLC. Students going to the SLC are all participating in one to two briefs.
The SLC will take place from April 18 to 21 in Santa Clara.
Senior class to hold Sadies Dance
The Senior Class of 2013 will be hosting the annual Sadie Hawkins
Dance on Friday, March 15th. It will be at the school’s large gym starting at 8 pm. Tickets are sold at $12 with ASB, $14 without and prices go up on Thursday, March 14.
“I hope it turns out great and exciting as always,” Senior Class President John Lee said. “I expect that everyone will come to dance because what really makes a dance fun are friends.”
This year, the dance is American-themed and is called “Star Spangled Sadies.” It will be a casual dance and students are encouraged to dress up in the colors of the United States flag. The DJ from this year’s homecoming is planned to DJ this dance.
“I’m excited to have the DJ back,” junior Lillian Zhou said. “He did an exceptional job at the Homecoming dance and good music is an integral part of a fun dance.”
Teen Job Fair planned
The Teen Job Fair is happening on Wednesday, March 13 in the school cafeteria after 6th period.
Students will have the chance to talk to local employers and volunteer organizations in order to organize summer jobs and volunteer activities. The event is being arranged by College/Career Center Coordinator Kristen Joseph, the Los Altos Recreational Department, the Mountain View Recreational Department and NOVA, a student employment organization.
While the employment organizations will be looking mainly for students that are 16 and above, freshmen and sophomores are encouraged to come to search for volunteer opportunities.
“Although [freshmen] won’t have many opportunities to find summer jobs, they will be able to find volunteer activities to help their resume and future work experience.” Joseph said.