On March 11-13, 2021, the Hall County FCCLA Chapters participated in the Georgia FCCLA State Leadership Conference. Over 158 middle and high school chapters in Family and Consumer Sciences attended the Georgia FCCLA Virtual State Leadership Conference that was livestreamed from the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center in Covington, GA. Students were able to discover their leadership potential by attending general sessions, workshops and competing in different Competitive Events. Over the course of the three days, teams from North Hall High, Flowery Branch High and Lanier College and Career competed in competitions.
The Lanier College & Career Academy had several teams competing in the state competitions and sent a State Officer Candidate. Halle Barrett was elected as a State Officer representing Region #2 and will serve as Vice President of Programs for the 2021-2022 school year. In addition, Kristen Edwards finished 2nd place in the Chicken Fabrication competition.
Flowery Branch High School was awarded Honor Roll with Distinction, the 2021 State FACTS (Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety) Chapter, and Platinum Level State Scholarship Fund Contributors. Olivia Screnock and Ashley Heath from Flowery Branch High won 1st place in the Level 3 Star Event “Chapter in Review”. Flowery Branch also has a National Officer Candidate, Diana Aguilar. Diana will travel to Nashville, TN this summer to the FCCLA National Leadership Conference and represent Georgia.
North Hall High School had Bailey Barrett to place 4th in the Level 3 “Repurpose and Redesign” Star Event and Jenna Sullens received the FCCLA Statesman Award.
“These students are truly the face of the future. They competed in activities that showcased not only their knowledge, but their leadership skills,” said Chef Micah Tucker FCCLA Advisor. “Congratulations to the students for their hard work and preparation.”
Congratulations to all of the students from Hall County Schools that competed and took part in the Georgia FCCLA State Leadership Conference.
For more information on Georgia FCCLA, visit www.gafccla.com.