jan. 27, 2017
teacher had nearly disappeared in a cocoon of duct tape, but
Liberty High School junior Abby Milling wasn’t going to waste what
She was going right for her teacher/advisor’s belly with her duct
tape, she said while standing in a line of students waiting
eagerly to do the same thing.
Liberty High School business teacher Mr. Dan Hart was duct-taped
to the school’s cafeteria wall on Friday to raise money and
awareness for the school’s latest club, Future Business Leaders of
Future Business Leaders of America is the premier student business
organization in the world. Each year, FBLA helps over 230,000
members prepare for careers in business and business-related
After about three hours, the club, comprised of 30+ high school
students, had raised $107 toward future field trips and the stools
beneath Mr. Hart’s feet were removed.
Mr. Hart hung suspended for only a second, his face slowly
slipping beneath the top of the cocoon, and the lunch room of
student and staff onlookers squealed as he fell down from the
No matter how sticky things got, Mr. Hart said that it was worth
"The students in FBLA are incredible," he said. "There's always
room for more members and we are always looking for creative ways
to raise funds for our fun activities, like this one.
For more information about joining FBLA, contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by LHS classroom 314.