FCCLA students advance to state

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Madaline Cannon, Copy Editor

This weekend, 30 FCCLA students competed at their regional competition. Of those students, 16 advanced to state in their STAR events.

  • Serving up Success- 5th Omar Hayjounes
  • Culinary Math Management- 2nd Kali Waldon and Sara Robinson
  • Entrepreneurship- 1st Abigail McCleery and Bailey Starcher
  • Focus on Children- 1st Madeline McFarland, Callie Pate, and Maggie Gray
  • Sustainability Challenge- 1st Ethan Michael, Trinity Parkman, and Sydney Dorsey
  • Sustainability Challenge- 3rd Nikolas Skarzenski, Aivy Do, and Kamryn Bigler
  • Teach and Train- 1st Bella Cheney
  • Teach and Train- 2nd Kendall Vineyard

The team also won other awards such as

  • Attendance Award- 6A
  • Attendance Award Overall School
  • Most FCSA (tests): 15 gold, 9 silver, 2 bronze, and 4 participants

Students worked for months, making sure their projects were ready for regionals.

“With this as my last year in high school I would say it could not have gone better,” senior and FCCLA vice president Kendall Vineyard said. “I ran over to Mrs. Sibert and cried.”

Moving forward, students will prepare their projects for state.

“Students going to state for their STAR event are taking this mental health weekend off,” Vineyard said. “Afterward, we will be getting our notes from our judges, that will allow each individual or team to look through their evaluation and alter their project however they see fit.”