LHMS FCCLA Attends Ohio FCCLA Conference
Logan-Hocking Middle
Submitted by: Mrs. Sharon Shaw
Front Row: Alysa Cook, Vickor Haskett, Archer Phillips, Chloe Ellison, Alexis Reed, Megan Karns, and Mrs. Shaw (FCCLA Advisor) Back Row: Sarah Leon, Tamera Colson, Hannah Marcum, Kayle Bone, Avery Horn, and Elizabeth Long.

On April 25, 2019 Logan-Hocking Middle School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) won 3 Chapter State Awards and 12 Individual Power-of-One National Recognition Awards.

The first state chapter award received was the Go For the Red Gold Award. This award was recognized for having over 200 active 8th grade FCCLA members who have been activity involved in our local FCCLA meetings, leadership trainings, food truck fundraisers, job shadowing experience, and community service-learning opportunities. We were chosen as the top three chapters in the state!

The second state chapter award is the Outstanding Chapter Award. This award consist of a team event of Chloe Ellison, Elizabeth Long and Kayle Bond. They presented and promoted our active FCCLA Chapter at the Career Development Event.

The third state chapter award is the Outstanding Service-Learning Award. FCCLA completed over 300 community hours by planings, carrying out and evaluating their community service projects to improve the quality of life in their own Hocking County community.

The final award is the Individual Power-of-One State Award. Twelve LHMS students will be recognized at the National FCCLA Conference for completing followings unit through their Transitions and Career Course: A Better You (Improve personal traits), Family Ties (Building strong families), Working on Working (Explore work options prepared for a career, or sharpen skills useful in business), Take the Lead (Develop leadership skills), and Speak Out for FCCLA (Tell others about positive experience in FCCLA).



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