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FCCLA State Competition


Posted Date: 04/28/2021

 

FCCLA State Competitive Events

April 7 - 9, 2021

Hybrid Event

 

This year the Perryton High School FCCLA chapter and members have had to do a lot of adjusting and adapting to stay involved and competitive.  Due to the variety of school environments across the state of Texas this year our state FCCLA  competition became a hybrid event meaning that some students had to compete on line or pre-record and upload materials prior to the competition dates, compete live via Zoom, and one member had the opportunity to compete face to face in Dallas.  There were 2,000 competitors at state FCCLA this year.

The Perryton High School FCCLA chapter was recognized as being a Gold Star chapter for this school year. 

PHS FCCLA had 10 members who participated in the FCSA testing event.  In the Creed, Mission Purpose FCSA Ian Becerril, Evelyn Camacho, and Katie Tarango received gold medals.  Katie Montes, Natalie Castaneda, Jasmin Gallardo, and Yamel Granillo received a silver medal.  Lucia Valles received a Bronze medal.  In the Step One FCSA Kayla Chairez received a Silver medal award.   Honorable mention was Ximena Mendoza.  

Our chapter had three Spotlight on Project events that advanced to state competition.  Katie Tarango won the People’s Choice award for her Power of One project over caring for her family pet Otis. Kayla Chairez and Abby Vargas won People’s Choice award and Evaluator’s Choice award for their Stand Up project over advocating and raising awareness for domestic violence awareness, dating violence awareness and sex trafficking.  Kayla and Abby’s project will advance to national competition.  Honorable mention goes to Evelyn Camcho and Katie Montes for their Student Body project over stress management.   

Three of our chapter members were recognized for their completion of all five Power of One units of study.  Power of One are individualized units of growth that each member can complete on their own.  Those three members are Kayla Chairez, Emili Rodriguez, and Alexis Rodriguez.  

Melissa Ramos placed 8th in the preliminary round of the Cupcake Presentation level 3 and did not advance to the final round of competition.

Alexis Rodriguez and Isabella Hansen placed 3rd with their Chapter Service Project Portfolio, level 3 highlighting our chapter work with Jireh.  

Other STAR projects receiving honorable mention at state FCCLA competition include:  Chloe Tanner with her Career Investigation Level 3 project over becoming a Psychologist.  Yeiri Rodriguez with her Sunset Flower Repurpose Redesign level 2 project. Jasmyn Olivas with her Turning Tables Repurpose Redesign level 3 project.  Melanie and Diana Jimenez with their Nutrition and Family Wellness Level 3 project. 

Emili Rodriguez was also recognized as an outgoing Region 1 VP of Finance.

Our members have learned how to adapt and achieve this year and they look “Toward New Horizons”.

Alexis Rodriguez and Isabella Hansen won 3rd place at state FCCLA with their Chapter Service Project Portfolio.

Alexis Rodriguez and Isabella Hansen won 3rd place at state FCCLA with their Chapter Service Project Portfolio.

Emily Rodriguez was recognized as an outgoing Region 1 VP of Finance Officer.

Emily Rodriguez was recognized as an outgoing Region 1 VP of Finance Officer.

Katie Tarango won People's Choice award for her Power of One project over caring for her family pet, Otis.

Katie Tarango won People's Choice award for her Power of One project over caring for her family pet, Otis.

Kayla Chairez and Abby Vargas won People's Choice Award and Evaluator's Choice award and will get the honor of being showcased at National FCCLA this summer.

Kayla Chairez and Abby Vargas won People's Choice Award and Evaluator's Choice award and will get the honor of being showcased at National FCCLA this summer.