Featured Blog-Traffic Safety: #FCCLAbucklesUP

Traffic Safety: #FCCLAbucklesUP By Josh Bowar, Featured Writer Summer’s almost here, and that means you might be hitting the road as part of a family vacation, to travel to visit relatives, or just to have some fun. The summer months are the most deadly for teens on the road. It’s important that you help others understand […]

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INSIDE: Graduation is Around the Corner!

Graduation is Around the Corner By Shelby Lake, VP of Development Graduation is just around the corner, and don’t forget to get your FCCLA gear for the big day! The FCCLA Store has just the right accessories to make your graduation even more memorable. Check them out!   This graduation tassel is perfect to bring your […]

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INSIDE: Adviser Spotlight – Mrs. Paige Culwell

Adviser Spotlight By Brittany Hastings, National Vice-President of Parliamentary Law We are all aware of the impact that our advisers have on us throughout our journey with FCCLA. In honor of every adviser within our organization, I would like to take a moment to recognize my local adviser, Mrs. Paige Culwell.   Mrs. Culwell is […]

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INSIDE: #FCCLABucklesUP

#FCCLABucklesUP By Kayla Gullickson, VP of Community Service Last year, FCCLA released the newly revamped FACTS national program. FACTS stands for Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety. The program includes three units: People – understand and promote your role as a driver or passenger and keep yourself and others safe Vehicles – understand vehicle safety and the […]

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INSIDE: My FCCLA Story

My FCCLA Story By Victoria Connor, First VP Everyone has a passion that defines who they are and signifies their ability to change an element in their life for the greater good. FCCLA has defined my role as a leader, community member, friend, family member, and student. As a demure freshman walking into the largest high […]

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INSIDE: Chapter Spotlight

Chapter Spotlight By Shyamala Subramanian, VP of Competitive Events This month, the NEC would like to highlight Page County Middle School FCCLA! Members of the Page County Middle School chapter of FCCLA from Luray, Virginia acted upon FCCLA’s third purpose: to encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home and community. These hardworking FCCLA members organized a […]

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INSIDE: FCCLA Saves UP

FCCLA Saves UP By Carter Bracht, VP of Finance April’s FCCLA hashtag is #FCCLAsavesUP. This month, we will be focusing on promoting the national program Financial Fitness. As teens in a world full of shopping malls, online shopping with 2-day free shipping, Chipotle, and Starbucks, we need to learn financial literacy skills to keep our splurging to a […]

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INSIDE: My FCCLA Story

My FCCLA Story By Lauren Cole, VP of Public Relations “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams Hello, FCCLA! I’m Lauren Cole, and I’m proudly serving as your National Vice-President of Public Relations. I’m a senior at Tulsa Technology Center […]

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INSIDE: Your Greatest is Yet to Come

Your Greatest is Yet to Come By Rylie Seaver, National President What makes something your greatest accomplishment? When do you decide, “I am living the dream”? How do you know? I believe that you don’t, as you can always aspire for more. As a senior, I’ve had some amazing opportunities. It all started back in 7th […]

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INSIDE: Branding, Branding, Branding

Branding, Branding, Branding By Kayla Gullickson, VP of Community Service When you think of FCCLA, what pops up into your mind? The red blazer and leadership are two things that pop into mine. The red blazer will be the official dress code starting in 2018 and that will help us be more recognizable. The red blazer […]

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