FCCLA hosted a wildly successful Daddy-Daughter dance night in March. Over 80 dads and daughters attended this event. The young ladies were treated to tiaras and roses, and a dessert bar and photo booth were provided for all!
The annual FCCLA food drive brought in 2500+ pounds of food this year!! A big thank you to the community members, businesses, and students that participated!
The FCCLA chapter had camping sites available on the football field during the eclipse. Mr. LaFollette created a bird’s eye view plug for the chapter!
Midvale FCCLA Chapter Honors Midvale High School Teachers
In the attached picture from left to right: Isabelle DeVries, Abigale Atnip, Bailey Whitener, Mr. Shaber, Lauryn Mitchell, Morgan Gibbons, Josey Jones, and Maddie Piper
The Midvale FCCLA Chapter proudly honors the high school teachers at Midvale on May 11, 2017. This is a little tradition that started to thank the teachers at the end of the school year for supporting Midvale FCCLA members as they’re working hard to complete projects for FCCLA Leadership Conferences. The teachers have helped by looking over projects, checking for grammatical and other errors that need fixed and letting FCCLA members present their projects in class. FCCLA members are truly grateful for the support of their teachers. Pictured in the photo are some of the Midvale FCCLA members presenting Midvale English Teacher, Mr. Shaber, with a little appreciation gift. Thank you teachers for all that you do for your students!
The ladies of FCCLA: Madison Piper, Bailey Whitener, Abigale Atnip, Lauryn Mitchell, Morgan Gibbons, Josey Jones, and Isabelle DeVries (not pictured adviser Mrs. Warren) pose at state competition. Bailey, Abigale, and Morgan earned a 2nd place silver ranking; and Josey and Lauryn earned a gold 1st place ranking qualifying all girls for National Convention in Nashville Tennessee!!!
Congratulations to Midvale FCCLA Poster Contest Winners!
Congratulations to the winners of 4th and 5th grade poster contest, “The Happier You Are The Healthier You Are,” put on by Abigale Atnip through the Midvale FCCLA Chapter. First place winner was Stella Warren, Second place was Tyler Boyle, and third place was Clayton Harper. Abigale put together a rubric for the poster contest, which held the rules on which the students were judged by, as part of her FCCLA project. For her project, she has been going into the 4th and 5th grade classroom to teach the students that being happy helps you to be healthier. As Abigale is preparing her project on Focus On Children for FCCLA National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, she wanted to do one final activity for the students. The poster contest was a big hit for the 4th and 5th graders at Midvale. Congratulations again to the winners, and good luck at Nationals Abigale!
33 MHS Students and community members took the Food Safety Course on March 8th. The course was put on by Southwest District Health. The students taking the course did so as part of their participation in the school’s FCS program.
During Red Ribbon Week, FCCLA member Rileigh Whitener had the Washington County Sheriff’s Department provided both the elementary and secondary with an assembly on 10/26. A big THANK YOU to Jamie Loucks, the officers and their dogs!
Josey Jones and Lauryn Mitchell present their Beef Advocacy Project to the secondary students on Oct. 5th.
The girls had a poster contest, a bbq, guest speakers from Agri-Beef and Weiser River Cattlemen present. They followed the presentation up with an AG Days fun day that included roping, milk chugging contest, wheelbarrow races, and a hoe-down.
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America
FCCLA is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in FACS education. It is the only in-school national student organization with the family as its central core.
FCCLA is an integral part of FACS education and an essential element in a complete FACS program.
FCCLA positions young people to develop the knowledge, attitudes, and skills to be strong family members, wage earners, and community leaders. It prepares leaders by empowering youth to address the real-life situations and issues that interest and concern them.
Engaged in meaningful, student-directed projects, FCCLA members develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation. In the process, they learn cooperation, take responsibility, develop leadership, and give service.
Celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2015, FCCLA has more than 200,000 members and over 5,500 chapters in 49 states as well as in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
FCCLA National Programs
FCCLA has eight national programs, which help youth to:
- Make a positive difference for themselves, their families and communities;
- Learn skills like communication, leadership, cooperation and sharing, coping with challenges, and taking responsibility for decisions and choices;
- Identify concerns, set goals, plan, act, and follow up;
- Use their enthusiasm, explore new ideas, and show that they care;
- Model good character
- Solve problems
- Foster positive relationships
- Manage conflict
- Build teams and involve community
- Educate peers