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FCCLA Introduction

Bek Dunlap

Bek Dunlap

Hailey Hellard, Staff Writer

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FCCLA is a club at Lafayette sponsored by Helen Graham. FCCLA stands for for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. This is a national student organization that helps students learn leadership skills and address a variety of issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education. The club travels to regional and national conferences and works with other schools and meets up once a month during and outside of class. Officers meet twice a month. FCCLA is a great way to learn important leadership skills and build new relationships with peers.

FCCLA is a way for students to interact with one another and make connections within the club. Many students have reported highly enjoying this club because of the lessons learned and friendships made.

When interviewed, a member of the club said, “FCCLA has given me many opportunities and I think its a great way to be involved in the community.”

Many students have also said they enjoy working with other schools and participating in competitions. If you’re interested in joining, please contact the sponsor, Helen Graham. This could be the right club for you, so give it a try!

 

 

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