FCCLA Celebrates FCCLA Week
FCCLA Week was held February 10-14 with a theme held each day. Monday’s theme of “Be a Smartie with FCCLA” kicked off the week. Each FCCLA member was armed with FCCLA trivia questions and a bag of candy. Anyone who answered the questions correctly received a “smarties”. This style of trivia and reward giving continued throughout the week with a different theme each day. Tuesday was “Prepare for Your Future Payday with FCCLA”. Members asked questions about taxes and other financial matters and gave out Payday candy bars. Wednesday was “I’m a Sucker for FCCLA”. For answering correctly to FCCLA trivia questions, students received sucker. As family is the central focus of FCCLA, Friday was “Your Family is Worth a 100 Grand”. For answering questions about family types, life cycle and strengthening the family, students received a 100 grand candy bar.
FCCLA members had met Monday after school to create over 300 candygrams that have been ordered. Tuesday, Child Development traveled to Teri’s Daycare and had Valentine’s Day activities they did with the children there.
Wednesday, FCCLA Adviser Mrs. Jacobsen, and FCCLA President Jessica Booth and Vice President Brooklyn Kumm traveled to Lincoln to attend to the Legislative Workshop. The workshop involved speaking with senators and the governor, listening on legislative sessions, touring the capitol, and have an opportunity to have lunch at the Russian Rite with Senator Briese. Mrs. Jacobsen spent her day conducting FCCLA State Officer Candidate Interviews. FCCLA week ended on Thursday with members passing out candy grams to everyone.