Help me give my students the chance to compete and fully participate in FCCLA. These items allow students the chance to compete to earn scholarships and valuable experience with public speaking and networking while attending conferences.
My students are leaders at our school. The FCCLA program at our school teaches students the importance of leadership in their lives. It teaches problem solving, planning, collaborating, networking, and many other skills. Our students love to work on executive councils around the school, as well as going to conferences to network with other schools and their FCCLA chapters.
It is wonderful to see our students become strong leaders who are excited to do things for their community, school, and personal lives to better the world around them.
They truly are an inspiration to their families, school, and community. I have had the exciting job of working with these students to better their experiences and work toward a better future with them. These students have worked hard to move past obstacles of race, gender, language barriers, and personal roadblocks.
Since Covid, our school has had issues finding effective fundraising. Our student leaders who are working on attending conferences and competitions that allow valuable experiences need help attending. Since registration fees are paid by the school, our students need to be able to attend in conference attire and professional dress.
These items will allow our students access to dress code items and other items that will allow them to show their leadership capabilities.
Students who are unable to purchase these items themselves will be able to borrow from the school in order to still attend these conferences.
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