Utah FCCLA Chapters Celebrate FCCLA Week
On Monday, February 10, 2014, the FCCLA State Officers joined other Career and Technical Education Student Organizations (CTSOs) for the annual CTSO Day on the Hill at the Utah State Capitol. The FCCLA State Officers advocated for Family and Consumer Sciences, FCCLA, and Career and Technical Education, as they talked to senators and representatives of the Utah State Legislature.
Read below how three Utah FCCLA chapters are celebrating FCCLA Week—
The Layton High School chapter is selling chocolate covered strawberries. FCCLA members can help dip strawberries today after school, Thursday, February 13. The chapter officers will deliver the strawberries tomorrow on Valentine’s Day.
The American Fork High School chapter fed FCCLA members on Monday, wore FCCLA shirts on Tuesday, and gave Valentine’s to members on Wednesday. Today members are involved in a service project prior to attending an FCCLA area conference tomorrow.
The Syracuse High School chapter is creating and selling Valentine candy bouquets. The proceeds will go towards the FCCLA fund for area, state, and national competitions. During the week, the chapter had a member appreciation day where they celebrated their highest membership.
There are still a few days left to celebrate FCCLA Week, so click here for more ideas on how to celebrate. Remember to wear RED tomorrow and join in the conversation on social media by using #FCCLAWeek.
FCCLA members tell Utah CTE how you are celebrating FCCLA Week and CTE Month. Send your stories and photos to UtahCTE@schools.utah.gov.