FCCLA is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in family and consumer sciences education in public and private school through grade 12.
Students enrolled in Family and Consumer Science Classes are eligible to participate in FCCLA. Talk to your FCS teacher for more information!
COMPETITION SCORES ARE IN!
Please stop by the FCS office (A122) to pick up your score sheet from your advisor and get information about registrering for state competitions.
FCCLA Regional Competition Results
Congratulations to the FCCLA students who competed at the recent regional competitions for Children’s Literature Presentation, Fashion Construction, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Culinary Arts, Cake Decorating, and Cookie Decorating.
The following students received first place and the “most outstanding” top project distinction: Deisy Cano, Caily Schwartz, Nora Barrett, Stephanie Reinke, Sydney Deuter, Elizabeth Larson, and Catherine Kent.
Receiving first place ribbons for their overall score were: Shelia Evans, Elizabeth Shockey, Ava Heemsoth, Gabriella DiGrigorio, Caroline Stasica, Anna Benzin, Madison Miller, Katie fischer, Samantha Heiberger, Natalie Wilbur, and Matt Reher.
Receiving second place ribbons: Matt Arnieri, Eric Hoff, Dylan Rutz, Jade Cerasoli, Kate Leonard, Colette Obermaier, Abbey Templeman, Rebecca Cirone, Aubrey Turner, and Connor Walter.
Receiving third place ribbons: Caroline Gnadt and Samantha Felsch.
Congratulations to all FCCLA competitors!
FCCLA students compete in regional competitions
On February 7th, York FCCLA students competed in a variety of competitions at the College of DuPage. Students competed in Children's Literature Presentation, Fashion Construction, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Cake Decorating and Cookie Decorating.
9 students received first place ribbons and their projects were awarded the "most outstanding" or top category distinction. 11 students received first place ribbons, 8 students received second place ribbons, and two students received third place ribbons.
Culinary Students compete at regional competition
On 1/30/14 students competed in the regional Culinary Arts competition held at Robert Morris College. Thirty seven students from area students competed in teams of three. Students had a half hour for mise en place and an hour to cook and plate three dishes. Students prepared Carrot, Cilantro and Chilie Slaw, Chicken and Mushroom Scaloppini with Rice Pilaf, and Grilled Pound Cake with Pineapple and Cinnamon Chantilly Cream. Students were judged by Culinary Professionals from local restaurants and culinary colleges.