Posted on 10/09/2023

FCCLA Fundraiser--Butter Braids!!!

Rolla Junior High, High School and RTI/C FCCLA is kicking off their fundraiser to raise money for leadership conferences, competition fees, as well as general expenses.  The fundraiser will be running from 10-9-23 to 10-25-23.

To order, please contact any member of Rolla FCCLA or you can place an order online by clicking this link:

Rolla FCCLA Butter Braid Fundraiser

Thank you for supporting Rolla FCCLA!

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me.
Chef Carmel Dare, RTI/C Culinary Arts Instructor

FCCLA Information

Starting in the Fall of 2023, RTI/C will add a new Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) to the ranks! Early Childhood Careers, Intro To Service Careers, and Culinary Arts have chartered the RTI/C chapter of Family, Community and Career Leaders of America (FCCLA).

FCCLA is a student-led organization with leadership development as a primary focus. All FCCLA members have the opportunity to become leaders within the organization. The skills gained, connections formed, and opportunities experienced through serving as an officer in FCCLA will elevate students as they take the lead in families, careers, and communities of today and tomorrow. Students will be offered opportunities to participate in programs, contests, scholarships, and opportunities for members to develop real world skills, become college- and career-ready, and make a difference in families, careers, and communities.

Every year, FCCLA hosts conferences that bring together FCCLA members, advisers, and supporters from across the nation to learn, compete, and network. FCCLA’s conferences offer enriching experiences that provide attendees with the opportunity to hear from motivational speakers, attend rewarding workshops, connect with youth leaders, and develop skills for life.

Our chapter’s first opportunities to attend conferences will be in October and November of 2023. We also have many students already working on Star Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) that are Competitive Events in which members compete at the regional/district, state, and national levels. Students are recognized for proficiency and achievement in chapter and individual projects, leadership skills, and career preparation. STAR Events allow students to compete individually or as a team. There are more than 30 STAR Events students can choose to compete in, all of which recognize participants who demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and abilities to actively identify an issue concerning families, careers, or communities, research the topic, and develop and implement a project to advocate for positive change.

Advisors for the RTI/C FCCLA chapter are Mrs. Ruth Diaz, Chef Carmel Dare, Mrs. Delayne Lancaster and Dr. Karen Lambeth.
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