Do you shop Schwan’s already, or would like to start? By going online to https://www.schwans-cares.com and placing an order, our FBLA National Competitors will earn 20% on food purchases and 40% on eGift Cards for the first 45 days and 5% on food orders for the next 90 days. This does not cost you the customer any extra, as this is a contribution made by Schwan’s to our group, on your behalf.
If you don’t care to shop online, but would like to purchase items through Schwan’s, brochures will be placed in both the high school and elementary offices.
If you don’t care to shop Schwan’s but would like to make a donation, checks can be made payable to Centura FBLA.
We appreciate your support! ~Juan Perez, Colten Seevers, Nick Kortz, Madison Hickok, Elayna Holcomb, Callie Gorecki, Morgan Semm, and Taylor Grabowski.
Callie Gorecki, junior member, prepares for just one of the many competitions to be held at the FBLA State Leadership Conference next week. She and Taylor Grabowski, also a junior, partnered with Pathway Bank, providing savings lessons and the opportunity to save money, to Centura 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. After preparing and submitting a […]Continue reading →
Each year Centura FBLA partners with a business to enhance student learning and assist with various needs. This year, FBLA has partnered with Pathway Bank to teach the elementary students more about banking and saving money. On Friday, September 1, 2017, presentations were given to grades 4, 5, and 6 about starting a savings account. […]Continue reading →
On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, Grand Island’s Five Points Bank helped Centura students make connections between the classes they are enrolled in and the world of business finance. “It was cool to learn how advancements in technology have changed the way banks do business,” commented Rachel Baustert, a Junior at Centura. Kim Wells, Loan Operations […]Continue reading →
Centura students learned about entrepreneurship from Carry Baustert on Wednesday, February 8, 2017. Baustert explained how she started Carry’s Pet Salon, and the skills needed to grow her business. Sophomore Navi Nielson stated, “She made it interested and tied real life experiences to what she does everyday. Brody, a Golden Doodle customer, was cute and […]Continue reading →
Centura FBLA is selling Eileen’s Cookies for Valentine’s Day again this year. Order forms and payment must be received by Mrs. Holly Christensen, Mrs. Bonnie Williams, or Mrs. Stacie Loeffelholz by Tuesday, February 7th. Deliveries will be made at the end of the day on February 14th. The cost is $4.Continue reading →
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” These inspiring words of wisdom were once uttered by the famous Renaissance artist, Van Gogh. This fall, Centura’s Future Business Leaders of America have been living by Van Gogh’s quote in a huge effort to get representatives to the 2017 State Leadership Conference. […]Continue reading →