On January 31st each student at Chadron High received a data match questionnaire for an FBLA fundraiser. On February 6th the results came back. Each student could purchase their results for three dollars which Mrs. Noble said, "Three dollars is the suggested price from the company."
According to Mrs. Noble, the co-adviser of the FBLA club, this fundraiser goes into the FBLA's general fund which supports their chapter and also provides money for their pizza night every Monday during their week night. Mrs. Noble also explained that the data match questionnaire is a fairly easy fundraiser for the club to put together. They just have to order the survey and hand them out. Once all of them have been handed back, the club members look through to make sure the bubbles are filled in completely. After that, Mrs. Noble and Mrs Budler, who is the other adviser, send the questionnaire back and a computer generates the results.
Many students seem to be surprised with their results. Cody Madsen stated, "I felt surprised, because I did not feel like the matches had similar personalities as me." Maddi Pelton and Kaycee Kittel agreed that most of their matches in the women's section were accurate to their friend group, but the male category shocked them, because they were mostly guys that they did not know. According to Gavin Woodson, "I mostly matched with people that I did not even know who they were."
Out of the 230 surveys taken about 115 students bought their results. Many of the students said that this was the first year that had bought their results and they also said that they would purchase their results again in the future.