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FCCLA Week 2019

February 09, 2019

FCCLA Week will be held February 11-12 and will kick off the morning of Monday the 11th with FCCLA Trivia Questions and prizes.  This will continue each day to provide more knowledge of FCCLA to students at PHS.  FCCLA members will meet Monday after school to create over 300 candygrams that have been ordered.  Tuesday, Culinary II students will use their food presentation (plating) skills and prepare creative platters of goodies for the teachers. Wednesday, FCCLA Adviser Mrs. Jacobsen, Student Teacher Cali Jorgensen, and FCCLA President Jesica Schaefer will travel to Lincoln to attend to the Legislative Workshop.  The workshop involves speaking with senators, listening on legislative sessions, touring the capitol, and have an opportunity to have lunch at the governor’s mansion. Mrs. Jacobsen will spend her day conducting FCCLA State Officer Candidate Interviews. Thursday, FCCLA candygrams will be delivered. ALL students are encouraged to wear PINK!  Prizes awarded! Friday is “Rockin’ in Red” Day so all students are encouraged to wear RED!  Once again, prizes are award!  Friday, donations items to Bright Horizons will be collected and counted and class winners will be announced. Throughout the week, the chapter will be collecting items for Bright Horizons in honor of Teen Dating Awareness Month.  The class collecting the most items in the elementary and in the high school will be receiving a “tasty treat”.  Regular sized items of body wash, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant; laundry soap, tall kitchen trash bags; diapers, wipes; Kleenex, toilet paper, paper towels; multi-purpose dishwasher soap, Windex toilet bowl cleaner, Clorox/Lysol wipes, and Febreze are needed.  They can be returned to the elementary students’ classroom or the FCS Room if a JH or high school student.

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