Nebo FCCLA students find success at nationals
In July, Nebo School District was well Planning; Silver: Courtney Eckhardt, Applied represented at the National Leadership Math for Culinary Management; Conference for FCCLA (Family, Career, Silver: Cheyenne Davies, Career Investigation; and Community Leaders of America). Bronze: Hillary Hirst, Food Innovations; Twelve students from four high schools Bronze: Shania Strong, Food traveled to San Diego, Calif., where they Innovations. were able to compete in STAR Event Payson High School competitions, raise awareness and advocate Bronze: Chantelle Wilkinson, Bronze for Family and Consumer Sciences Interior Design. Education, see all of the great city sights, Salem Hills High School and network with more than 8,000 FCCLA Gold: Noah Larsen, Environmental members from across the country. Ambassador; Silver: Amber Maddock,
Each student first competed at region in Interpersonal Communications. Two other February and then state (where they qualifiedfor SHHS Students, Abby Loch and Kate nationals) in March. They perfected Maddock, attended the conference to learn their projects for months with many more about FCCLA and to experience the long hours and lots of hard work and then organization at the national level. went on to the national level of competition. Spanish Fork High School The Nebo students who attended, as Gold: Kimmie Bramall, Job Interview. well as their event and medal results, are This conference was an amazing experience listed below: for these students as well as the
Maple Mountain High School attending four advisers: Jessica Knotts, Gold: Ashley Chidester, Illustrated MMHS; Laurie Hansen, SHHS; Sherry Talk; Silver: MaKayla Yates, Life Event Heaps, PHS; and Brandi Fausett, SFHS.