S: FCCLA 2010-11
BC: 2011 | We are the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. We face the future with warm courage and high hope.
FC: class of | 2010-11 | FCCLA | FCCLA | FCCLA | FCCLA | FCCLA
1: We are the Family, Community and Career Leaders of America | Table of Contents | Table of Contents 1 Members 2 Budget 3 Program of Activities 4 Leadership Training 6 Business Meetings 8 - Parent Night 10 Social Event - Sweetheart Dance 12 Community Service - Food Bank 14 Internet Safety Program 16 State Convention - Bricktown 18 Secretary's Notebook 20 Treasurer's Notebook 22 Summer Celebration 24
2: FCCLA Membership | Ssence Anderson Maegan Bene' Emily Bilsbauch Haley Cochran Kaile Cronic Victoria D’Alessandro Artazia Davis Justin Davis Rachael Dickson Kris Dorsey Deja Duddleston Brandon Dunne Vanessa England Jamie Flowers Sierra Gilmore Alexis Jimenez Kara Lanier Racheal Lee Garrett Lenz Adriana Mendez Whitney Miles Malik Miller Malik Nettles Zachary Norwood Mercedes Perales Madison Riggall Delanya Roberts Tyler Sheldon Alex Sheppard Erin Stookey Ashli Taylor Guo Thai Lindsay Tripp Addison Vandersypen
3: FCCLA Budget 2010-11 | INCOME Start up from Last Year $805 Welcome Dance $300 Halloween Dance $300 Valentine Dance $300 End Year Dance $300 Student Vs. Teacher $200 TOTAL INCOME $2205 EXPENSES Dues District Dues $ 40 State Dues $100 National Dues $200 Supplies FCCLA Materials $100 Poster, Art, Office $ 80 T-shirts $250 Meetings District Door Prizes $ 30 State Convention $100 District Student Reg. $ 25 Recognition and Celebrations Courtesy Committee $ 50 Parent Night $150 Celebration Meals $200 Start Up for Next Year $880 TOTAL EXPENSES $2205
4: Program of Activities | August *What is FCCLA *Officer Elections *Aloha Dance | September *Leadership Training *Food Bank *Vote Budget *Spirit Week | October *Parliamentary Procedure *Food Bank *Halloween Dance | November *Illustrated Talk *Penny Drive *Holiday Feast | December *Holiday Celebration *Student Vs. Teacher
5: January *Advancing to High School *Food Bank *Parent Night | February *Event Planning *Food Bank *Sweetheart Dance | March *Community Service *Food Bank *Student Vs. Teacher | April *Job place Skills *Food Bank *Aloha Dance | May *Turn in the Gavel *Cancer Carnival *Year End Celebration
7: Sharpen Your Leadership Skills At Fall Leadership Training | Our FCCLA Leaders learned how to use an agenda for meetings, use ice-braker games and activities, and how to conduct an FCCLA meeting. The training also introduced the officers to several service projects to work on for the school year. FCCLA members returned pumped and ready for action!
8: Business as Usual FCCLA Style | Business Meeting
9: All members: Attendance Sign in. President- Call meeting to order Treasurer- Read the Financial Report. Read Budget Motion to vote on Budget Secretary- Soda Pop Report Unfinished Business: 1. New Business: Valentine’s Dance Surveys –Ms Thompson FCCLA – Recruit Teachers and parent volunteers – Keeper? 2. Every FCCLA member needs to make a portfolio. 3. Food Bank starts in January T-shirts – Who still needs one? Permission slips 4. Video Project sign up in January Meeting Adjourned
10: Parent Night Student Showcase
11: Dear Parents, You are invited to join us for our FCCLA Student Showcase Night. Monday, February 7, 2011. 6:00pm to 8:00pm ______________________________ Showcase Program February Meeting Candlelight Ceremony Student Portfolio’s High School Enrollment Finger foods and refreshments will be served. FCCLA Projects – Accomplishments Hosted Teacher Dinner Aloha Back to School Dance District Training Halloween Dance PCO Invitational Student Spirit Days Regional Food Bank Cancer Carnival
12: You'll always make my heart skip a beat!
13: To Whom It May Concern: During February, Shelly Thompson organized a Sweetheart Dance for Capps Middle School. The unique thing about sponsoring this dance was that she helped the students complete their own vision. As the FCCLA sponsor at Capps, Shelly’s leadership students asked her if she would assist them in starting a new tradition at school. They wanted to host our first semi-formal in almost ten years. The students had a vision of a sophisticated dance with full decorations, beautiful dresses, and proper etiquette. Shelly, believing in her students, decided to approach the administrative team with the idea, hoping to get approval for a night dance for her kids. We, of course, agreed to try it out. Over the next month and a half, Shelly worked diligently with her students to secure adult chaperones including some of our parents. It was the first time we had really opened up supervision to our community. Shelly also organized all of the advertising, selling of tickets, decorations, refreshments, and music. It was truly Shelly’s project. Overall the dance was a huge success and a great learning experience for Shelly’s leadership students. Even larger than impacting her own students, Shelly impacted the entire school by offering an event that many of our students would not have been able to experience without the school intervening. Thank you, Diana E. Lebsack Principal
14: Oklahoma Regional Food Bank
16: Internet Safety Campaign
17: Newsletter: FCCLA members demonstrates proper digital citizenship to keep students safe while using the internet
18: Ringing in Christmas Career Tech students volunteered to be Red Kettle Bell Ringers and help the Salvation Army ring in the Christmas Season for many needy families.
19: Rotary Student of the Month
20: Oklahoma State Convention
21: Bricktown Bowling | "The friends we meet on the path of life make the trip worth while."
23: Secretary's Report
24: Treasurer's Notebook
26: Dive Into FCCLA