Shallowater FCCLA

Welcome to the Shallowater Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Website

2022-2023 Chapter Officers

President- Jaycee Benton

Vice President- Jaden Bobo

Secretary- Ryleigh Rinker

Treasure- Addisyn Speck

Public Relations and Social Media- Anaby Fleming

Membership- Keira Mulliins

Awards and Recognition- Paisleigh Brownd

Sponsors and Fundraising- Presley St. Clair

Due Dates:

September 14th - STAR Proposals Due

October 12th - Member Affiliation Due

November 18th - STAR Event must be completed

December 31st - Scripts must be memorized for STAR Events



February 10th-11th - Region I Leadership Conference

March 30th-April 2nd - State Leadership Conference

July 2nd-6th - National Leadership Conference


Possible dates, must be approved

Bake Sale, September 14th - Membership Recruitment Week

Bake Sale, October 19th - Spooky Season

Bake Sale, November 9th - Fall

Bake Sale, December 7th - Winter

Bake Sale, February 15th - Red, Pink and Purple

Bake Sale, April 5th - Spring


Monday, August 29th

Monday, September 19th

Monday, October 24th

Monday, January 9th

Monday, March 27th

Monday, April 24th

May - Awards Ceremony TBD

2022-2023 Membership Application

$35 Yearly Dues - Covers State and National Affiliation and t-shirt

Pay to Mrs. Clanahan

2022-2023 STAR Events Guidelines.pdf

Choose Your STAR Event

Spotlight on Projects

Spotlight Guidelines

Spotlight Rubric

Fees will be paid by Shallowater FCCLA if funds allow.

What is FCCLA?

FCCLA is the only career and technical in-school student organization with the family as the central focus. Participation in state and national programs and chapter activities help members become strong leaders in family, careers and communities.

Who can join?

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national Career and Technical Student Organization for young men and women enrolled in Family and Consumer Sciences education in public and private schools, through grade 12.

Where can I join?

Talk to your school's FCS teacher and ask if there is a local chapter. If not, ask your teacher if they would like to be an advisor and create a new chapter.

What can FCCLA do for you?

With FCCLA, youth learn how to make a difference in their families, communities, and future careers. Members learn important life skills such as leadership, planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision-making, and interpersonal communication!

FCCLA Strategic Goals

1. Promote FCCLA as the premier youth leadership organization.

2. Refine and Strengthen services and resources for stakeholders.

3. Expand and Invest in internal and external relations.