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Chapter in Review- Portfolio

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Carmen Haney

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Transcript of Chapter in Review- Portfolio

The Road to FCCLA
Project Identification Page
Carmen Haney
Athens High School FCCLA
Athens
Alabama
Southern Region
Chapter in Review Portfolio
"The Road to FCCLA"

Table of Contents
- FCCLA Planning Process Page
- Membership Campaigns
Club Fair
T-Shirts
Monogrammed Hats
Big/Little Activities
- Meetings and Ceremonies
Newsletter
Officer Meetings
In-School Meetings
STAR Event Meetings
FCCLA Week
- Recognition Activities
Awards Ceremony
Homecoming Week
- Leadership Activities
Full Tummy Project
Power of One
Days for Girls
STAR Events
JLDC
No Kid Hungry
FCCLA Planning Process Summary Page
Membership Campaigns
Our chapter of FCCLA participated in the first ever annual club fair held at Athens High School. Each club had a booth with information about the club and members present to help answer any questions concerning the club. Students could come by and pick up the information before and after school.
Club Fair
T-Shirts
For the 2013-2014 school year, our chapter designed officer and member t-shirts using Wordle. We decided to go along with the national theme "Discovery Your Voice". On the back, a musical note made up of words that relate to FCCLA takes up the middle and it is surrounded by the words "Discover Your Voice". For our chapter officers, the shirts are blue outlined in grey and for the other members, they are grey outlined in blue.
Monogrammed Hats
Even though we do not want FCCLA to be known as a "fundraising club", we have kept one fundraising activity around. Monogrammed hats have been a big success in the past, thanks to the FACS (Family and Consumer Sciences) Department for allowing us to use their embroidering machine. Each hat is $15 and we make a profit of $10 from each hat. Buyers can get their name, initials, team logo, and more on their hat. We have asked each member to sell 5 hats by the end of the year.
Big/Little Activities
In our chapter, the term "big/little" refers to an officer (big) in charge of 2-3 new or current members (little). Each officer is in charge of making sure each one of their littles knows about every meeting or event that our chapter has. We have monthly fun activities to get the new and current members psyched about FCCLA this year. It is also a way for all of the members to get to know each other and bond.
Meetings and Ceremonies
Each month, an in-school meeting is held to inform members about upcoming events. The officers have come up with a newsletter that has all of the information said in the meeting included in it. The newsletter is passed out to each member at every meeting. This helps insure that everyone knows what's going on and it keeps the members from having to write it all down and possibly missing something that was said.
Newsletter
Meetings
Officer
The officers pick out a day to stay after school to plan the next in-school meeting. We discuss everything from snacks and "icebreakers" to what activities every member needs to be informed or reminded of.
In-School
An in-school meeting is held once a month. We use this meeting to inform members on what is happening or will be happening soon in FCCLA. We try and make these normally boring meetings interesting and enjoyable by having snacks, games, and just a lot of fun.
STAR Events
STAR Event meetings are held after school for any member who would like to compete at state conference. With the help of our adviser, Mrs. Barksdale, the members will choose a STAR Event that is most comfortable for them and being working for state.

FCCLA Week
For one week out of the year, FCCLA members are asked to do a certain thing at school each day to help promote FCCLA. Each member who participates will earn points. Unfortunately, due to bad weather we were out of school for three days of the week.
Recognition Activities
Every year, at the end of the second semester, an award ceremony is held to recognize our members. Each member will receive a certificate stating how many service hours they have worked throughout the year. Members also receive points if they participate in dress up days for football and basketball games. This years ceremony will be held on May 21st, 2014.
Leadership Activities
Full Tummy Project
Power of One
Days for Girls
STAR Events
No Kid Hungry
The Full Tummy Project collects food to give to children who go home on the weekends and don't get to eat again until they get to school on Monday morning. Nonperishable, small food items are put into a bag and placed into students' backpacks discretely during school. This year, FCCLA was in charge of bringing juice boxes and this was a very big success. We partnered together with other clubs and collected and packed over 7,000 items.
Power of One is a nationwide program that helps students reach their goals. Each chapter's members participate in the program. They learn how to plan and achieve their goals, that is the main goal of Power of One.
Days for Girls is a nationwide program that provides feminine products to girls in 57 nations who don't have easy access to them. Some girls are not able to go to school because they do not have the proper hygiene items. The items that are made and shipped to these girls are reusable, they can be washed. Members of our chapter stay after school to sew these products together and send them out.
This year, we have the most members signed up to do a STAR Event than our chapter has ever had. When a member runs for officer, they automatically commit to presenting a STAR Event at state conference. This is the first year that there is a class called "Family and Community Studies". FCCLA adviser, Mrs. Barksdale, is the teacher of this class. Her students work on STAR Events as a project for this class. If a member of FCCLA takes this class, they usually work on the STAR Event that they plan on presenting at state conference.
JLDC
JLDC or Junior Leadership Development Conference. This year was the second year Athens High School FCCLA officers attended. It was held on September 23-24, 2013 in Birmingham, AL. The officers attended different sessions to learn about how to be a better leader. Many colleges had booths set up that you could walk around and look at to help you see what school is best for the career you chose.
No Kid Hungry is a national campaign that connects kids in need with nutritious foods and teaches families how to prepare cheap, healthy meals. "Full Tummy Project" is our way of contributing to No Kid Hungry on a local level.
Cooperative, Competitive, and Individualized Activities
Beef Cook-off
Athens High School hosted the annual Limestone County Cattlemen's Association Beef Cook-off on October 24th, 2013.
All schools in Limestone County are invited to participate. The superintendents of Athens City and Limestone County Schools were also welcomed. Athens High School had two students participate in the cook-off. Baylee Carroll, a senior and FCCLA officer competed in the senior division and received 1st place and $50 for her mini cheeseburger pies. Sloane Daley, a freshman competed in the junior division and received 3rd place and $30 for her three cheese beefy pasta.
Chicken Cook-off
Community Service Activities
The Haven
Central Church of Christ of Athens bought a house close to Athens Elementary and turned it into an after school tutoring facility. There are trained tutors there that help the kids with homework on Tuesday's and Thursday's from 3:30-4:30. Our officers are assigned days to go and help out with the tutoring. They offer the kids snacks while they work and sometimes they even go outside and play when everyone is finished with their work. The kids seem to love it and it really helps them if they don't have someone at home who can help them. Kaylee Lash and Natalie Phipps, two members of our chapter, created a twist on the board game "candy land" and made it based on healthy foods instead. The kids learned how to make healthy food choices while still having fun. Paige Parker, Baylee Carroll, and Rebekah Frye, three of our chapter's officers, wrote a book called "Annie Apple" and read it to the kids to teach them about healthy eating.
Chapter Resource Development
Each member has to sell 5 monogrammed hats or cookbooks throughout the year. The money from these sales go towards our chapter. Any extra sales will go towards paying for state conference.
Selling Krispy Kreme donuts helps our sales tremendously. $3 of each sale goes back to Krispy Kreme and the rest goes towards paying for state conference.
Each member receives Publix rewards cards that they can give to anyone they choose. When you use the cards at Publix, a portion of the money goes to our chapter.
Chapter Budget
State and National Programs
Public Relations Effort
Our chapter currently has an Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook account so that members will know what is going on and to show others what we have done in the past.
No Kid Hungry- Full Tummy Project
Families First- The Haven
Our chapter has received a proclamation from the mayor of Athens, the superintendent of Athens City Schools, and the governor of Alabama. The News Courier has also been very helpful in getting our FCCLA chapter recognized.
Prescription for Healthy Living- Paige's book
Golden Chapter- 8/10 possible
Champion Chapter
Homecoming Week
- Cooperative, Competitive, and Individualized Activities
Beef Cook-off
Chicken Cook-off
Community Service Activities
The Haven
- Chapter Resource Development
Monogrammed Hats
Krispy Kreme Donuts
Publix Rewards Card
- State and National Program
No Kid Hungry- Full Tummy Project
Families First- The Haven
Prescription for Healthy Living- Paige's book
- Public Relations Efforts
Instagram
Twitter
Facebook
- Fundraisers for Nationals
Chick Fil A Spirit Night
Arctic Chill Spirit Night
Krispy Kreme Doughnut Cards
Chapter in Review Portfolio
Each member can receive points for dressing up each day during homecoming week.
Evidence of Online Project Summary Submission
Athens High School also hosted an annual Chicken Cook-off. Our chapter's VP and State Officer, Rachel Carter, competed and won $30 for her Chicken Tortilla Casserole.
Fundraisers for Nationals
We went to our local Chick Fil A and organized an "Athens FCCLA Spirit Night". This is where part of the customers proceeds from their meal go towards paying for our funds that are required in order to go to national conference. We also had a Spirit Night at a local frozen yogurt shop, Arctic Chill.
We sold Krispy Kreme doughnut cards for $16 a piece and part of the proceeds went to Athens FCCLA. How the cards work is you buy a card for $16 and you go to Krispy Kreme and you will get a dozen free glazed doughnuts. The card can be used up to 10 times at any Krispy Kreme and it never expires.
Recognition Activities
Our award ceremony for this year was held on May 21st, 2014. Each member received a certificate for their participation in our chapter of FCCLA this year. Our member of the year award was given to our chapter VP, Rachel Carter. Our officers were given a certificate stating their position of office for the school year 2013-2014. We also announced our officers for next year, 2014-2015. The offices in which each officer will be positioned will be announced later on in the year. Seniors in FCCLA who qualified received a chord for graduation.
2013-2014
School Year
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