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PHS FCCLA Continues Success At State Level

Posted Date: 04/09/2018

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The Perryton High School chapter of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America competed at their State Leadership Conference April 5-7 in Dallas.  The Perryton chapter was recognized as a Gold Medal chapter in the state of Texas again this year.

The PHS FCCLA chapter had six STAR (Students Taking Action for Recognition) event projects that advanced to State competition.  Ruth Fraire came home with a 4th place finish in Fashion Design. 


The other STAR events that competed at state were:  Isaiah Tanner in Career Investigation - Disc Jockey.  Andres Rivas and Briana Ceniceros in Illustrated Talk - Social Media Safety; Kayla Chairez and Daniela Frias in Food Innovations - Fresa Con Crema; and  Laura Rojo in the senior level of the Cupcake Battle.

FCSA (Family and Consumer Science Assessments) are tests that reflect the several different areas of the Family and Consumer Science Classroom.  These tests are based on state and national standards.  PHS FCCLA had 13 members who advanced to state competition in FCSA.  Gold Medal members for Creed Mission Purpose FCSA were:  Janeli Hernandez, Sally Rosales, Yoseli Medrano, Kimberly Lang, and Samantha Velez.  Silver Medal members for Creed, Mission Purpose were Fernanda Frausto and Jennifer Ramirez.  Gold Medal members for Step One (the history, programs, and bylaws of FCCLA) were Ryan Quist, Miranda Garrison-Vela, Jackie Camacho, and Rubi Borjas.  Other members who took FCSA were Daniela Brambila and Yadira Acosta.

“Power of One” helps students find and use their personal power.  Members set their own goals, work to achieve them, and enjoy the results.  Power of One completers have completed each of the following units to achieve this success.  A Better You - improves personal traits.  Family Ties - helps members get along better with family members.  Working on Working - helps members explore work options, prepare for a career, or sharpen skills useful in the business.  Take the Lead - helps students develop leadership qualities.  Speak Out for FCCLA - helps members tell others about positive experiences in FCCLA.  The PHS FCCLA chapter had seven Power of One completers this year: Ruth Fraire, Kimberly Lang, Janeli Hernandez, Daniela Brambila, Samantha Velez, Jackie Camacho, and Yadira Acosta.  The PHS chapter was also recognized as the top Power of One chapter in Region 1.

Spotlight on Projects focuses on specific projects that each chapter wants to highlight.  The PHS FCCLA chapter advanced all three of their projects to state Competition last week: Random Acts of Kindness - Janeli Hernandez, Daniela Bramibila, Samantha Velez, Miranda Garrison-Vela, and Kimberly Lang; Jireh - Sally Rosales and Rubi Borjas; Sr. Village Bingo - Ryan Quist, Isaiah Tanner, and Marylynn Montes. 

Individuals and businesses who supported PHS Regional and State trips this year include:  PTCI, Gayla Grunau, Carol Hayden, Pastor Tim Ramsey, Pastor Sherli Morgan, Pastor Kevin Britton, Ashley Lehnert, Brandi Garrison, Gennie Dunn, Isabel Marr, and Brandy Felix’s 3rd grade class. 

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Ruth Fraire came home with a 4th place finish in Fashion Design