FCCLA



2017-2018 Chapter Officers
President: Ashley 
Vice President: Camden 
Secretary: Avery
Treasurers: Amelia
Reporter:  Alexis
Advisor:  Karen Anderson

 
Upcoming Activities 2017-2018
*FCCLA Chapter Officer Meeting
    Wednesday, August 30th at 12:30 PM
*FCCLA Junior High Meeting
    Thursday, August 31 @ 11:30 AM
*FCCLA Senior High Meeting
    Thursday, August 31 @ 12:30 PM
*Little Shavers Farmland @ the Lac qui Parle County Fair
    Friday, September 8 from 5-9 PM
    Saturday, September 9 from Noon - 9 PM
    Sunday, September 10 from Noon - 5 PM
*FCCLA Fall Conference @ University of Minnesota Morris
    Wednesday, October 4
*Fruit Sales Begin @ 3:12 PM on October 16
*FCCLA Lac qui Parle County Christmas Gift Collection November 9-17
*FRUIT ARRIVES
    Monday, November 27 
        Pickup your fruit between 10:00 AM & 6:30 PM
*

Congratulations to the following FCCLA members for earning a trip to the 2017 State FCCLA Convention:

Junior High FACS of Lifeskills Competition  
Hailee, Jade, Ally, Darius, Melissa

Laws of Life Essay Contest
Wyly, Ally

Everyday Equations Test  
Emma, Wyly

Junior High Talent
Melissa

Presentation
Veda & Emma

Voting Delegate
Emma

Service Event Parade
Ally & Veda



FACS of Lifeskills Team #2
FACS Of Lifeskills Team #1

    

FAC OF Lifeskills Team #1
FACS Of Lifeskills Team #2

Katheryn wins Region Talent Contest
playing a violin solo


 
TOP TEN THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT FCCLA
 1. FCCLA is the only career and technical student-led organization with the family as its central focus

 2. FCCLA is the ultimate leadership experience, focusing on character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communications, practical knowledge and career preparation.

3. FCCLA has a national membership of nearly 220,000 young men and women in 7000 local chapters in 53 state association including, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. Our membership also includes an extensive national network of Alumni and associates- former student members that are still involved in the organization.

4. FCCLA has nine national programs that focus on or address vital issues that are affecting our nation today, including the recent financial downturn, school violence, childhood obesity and the shortage of skilled workers.

5. FCCLA is a career and technical student organization that functions as an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences Education curriculum and operates within the school system.

6. FCCLA is endorsed by the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) , the Dept of Education (OVAE) and the national Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), Family and Consumer Sciences Education is supported by Perkins funding.

7. Each year, FCCLA continues its word in supporting charitable organizations in their efforts to better the standards of living for people throughout our nation. Recent efforts include raising nearly $220,000 for the Feed the Children organization this past year and raising over $650,000.00 for the American Cancer Society.

8. Family and Consumer Science Education is the foundation for a healthy, responsible and productive life outside of high school and post- secondary education- regardless of the occupation a student wishes to pursue.

9. In FCCLA, students have the opportunity to advance their leadership potential through the process of running for, holding the responsibilities of an office on a local, regional, state and national level.

10. STAR Events are the competitive events where students learn cooperative action and leadership skills through projects that they present at the district, state and national level. 
           
                 
 

5. FCCLA is a career and technical student organization that functions as an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences Education curriculum and operates within the school system.

6. FCCLA is endorsed by the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) , the Dept of Education (OVAE) and the national Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), Family and Consumer Sciences Education is supported by Perkins funding.

7. Each year, FCCLA continues its word in supporting charitable organizations in their efforts to better the standards of living for people throughout our nation. Recent efforts include raising nearly $220,000 for the Feed the Children organization this past year and raising over $650,000.00 for the American Cancer Society.

8. Family and Consumer Science Education is the foundation for a healthy, responsible and productive life outside of high school and post- secondary education- regardless of the occupation a student wishes to pursue.

9. In FCCLA, students have the opportunity to advance their leadership potential through the process of running for, holding the responsibilities of an office on a local, regional, state and national level.

10. STAR Events are the competitive events where students learn cooperative action and leadership skills through projects that they present at the district, state and national level. 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
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