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FFCLA State Competition

Posted Date: 04/17/2024

The Perryton High School FCCLA Chapter competed at the State FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) Conference April 12 - 14, 2024 in Dallas, TX.  PHS FCCLA had 17 members who advanced from Region 1 competition to compete at the State FCCLA Competition in a variety of events.  

PHS FCCLA chapter was recognized for being a Gold Star Chapter in the state of Texas for its leadership, peer education, community service, and competitive event participation.

PHS FCCLA was also recognized for the top News Across Texas submissions for Region 1.

Front Row (L-R) Valeria Mendoza, Julia Alfaro, Valerie Ramirez; Second Row (L-R) Noemi Guiterrez, Marisol Garcia, Addison Brown, and Amy Olivas; Third Row (L-R) Gissell Becerril, Evelyn Ontiveros, and Katie Montes; Fourth Row (L-R) Destiny Vasquez, Mia Gonzalez, and Marisol Llamas; Back Row (L-R) Bianca Castaneda, Diego Rosales, Carlos Hernandez, and Alana George.

Deigo Rosales and Carlos Hernandez earned 5th place in the Chapter Service Project Portfolio at State FCCLA Competition with their Ranger Care Closet project.

Three of our members competed in the Creed, Mission, Purpose FCSA competition.  Noemi Guiterraz  earned a Gold Medal, Destiny Vasquez earned a Silver Medal, and Mia Gonzalez earned a Gold Medal.

Alana George, Carlos Hernandez, Bianca Castaneda, Katie Montes, and Samantha Flores (not pictured) earn awards and recognition for being Power of One Completers.  Power of One is a five unit self improvement individual program.  Katie is a 2nd year completer.

Marisol Garcia and Addison Brown earned 8th place in Event Management at state competition with their Kinder Winter Wonderland Project.

We had several honorable mentions for our state competition trip.  Katie Montes and Evelyn Ontiveros represented our chapter well in the Focus on Children competition with their Book Fairy Project that provided 89 elementary students with books.  Alana George, Bianca Castaneda, and Amy Olivas were rock stars in the Texas Toys That Teach event with their Ranger Recycling program for ages 5 to 7.  Marisol Llamas and Valeria Mendoza competed well in the Chapter Service Project Display with their Ronald McDonald House project that provided pillow cases, blankets, and stuffed animals to the Amarillo Ronald McDonald House.  Gissell Becerril created a beautiful cupcake display and prepared amazing cupcakes in the Cupcake Presentation competition.  Valerie Ramirez and Julia Alfaro represented our chapter in the National Programs in Action competition with their Ready Body Learning Minds program that they led at the after school program this year.  

The competition team would like to give a huge shout out and special thanks to our amazing bus driver Dent Felix.  We also had a special guest sponsor Brandy Felix (FCCLA Alumni) who provided additional support and encouragement.