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FCHS Celebrates FCCLA Week
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Friday, February 16, 2018
FCHS Celebrates FCCLA Week
FCHS Celebrates FCCLA Week

Students and Staff at Fannin County High School celebrated FCCLA during the week of February 12-16, 2018. Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a student led Career Technical and Student Organization that has over 164,000 members nationally and is the only CTSO with the family as its central focus. Involvement opportunities for FCCLA members include expanding their leadership potential and developing skills for life that are necessary in the home and workplace. During FCCLA week, students offered activities and trivia in the commons area during lunch to promote knowledge of family and consumer sciences, they gave a small gift to all faculty and staff, and they prepared and distributed muffins to the faculty and staff at FCHS. Pictured above are FCCLA members and officers Bobbi Pippin, Vice President, Desiree Bell, Hospitality Coordinator, and Kristen Lopez, Secretary. FCCLA is advised by Family and Consumer Sciences Teachers, Amy Adams, Lynn Burch, and Lauren Owenby. 

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