A number of Aurora High School students have qualified for FBLA state competition after competing well at the district competition in Monett.

The following individuals and groups finished in the top five of District V events:

Spreadsheet applications -- Randal Gryder; fifth place Health care administration -- Jacob Newman; first place Entrepreneurship -- Spencer Dawson, Cutler Keener and Kaleb Sharp; third place Cyber security -- Devyn Thurman; second place Computer problem-solving -- Devyn Thurman; first place Database design and applications -- Devyn Thurman; second place Public speaking -- Bree Hopper; fifth place Business law -- Grace Fairchild; second place and Kayle Kessinger; fourth place Economics -- Grace Fairchild; fifth place Social media campaign -- Kayle Kessinger, Rachel Smith and Emma Stone; first place Sports and entertainment management -- Grace Fairchild, Melissa Tate and Kayle Kessinger; first place Accounting II -- Sonny Loftis; first place Business calculations -- Taylynn Williams; second place Journalism -- Rachel Smith; fourth place Advertising -- Kenyon Broten; fourth place

State FBLA competition will be held in Springfield on April 9 and 10.