Even after her softball season ends and her graduation on May 21st, Teagen Luedke will still be representing Algoma High School. Last month, Luedke qualified for the Future Business Leaders of America National Leadership Conference after taking third in the written test for health care administration at the state conference in Green Bay. While she admits her studying could have been a little better for the 100-question test, she credits her summer working at Door County Medical Center as being the most beneficial preparation she had for the competition. She was able to perform well despite being involved in several other activities, keeping her grades up in school, and leading the Algoma softball team to an over .500 record as an All-Packerland Conference performer. She credits sticking to a schedule for her success.
The FBLA National Leadership Conference will take place from June 27th through 30th in Atlanta. After her days at Algoma High School are officially behind her, Luedke will attend St. Norbert College where she will play softball and take pre-medical courses on her way to becoming an obstetrician.