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EC FCCLA students participate in national conference

23 students traveled to Seattle for the conference

(SEATTLE) – Nearly two dozen East Central students participated in the FCCLA National Leadership Conference that took place in Seattle earlier this month. 


FCCLA is a national program for students to explore intra-curricular resources, opportunities and careers. 


The East Central High School Chapter placed in the top ten schools in the Nation to receive the Teen Rural Safety Assessment Award.  The members of the chapter assessed the intersection of Schuman Road and State Route 1 to determine seat belt, cell phone, turn signal usage in addition to if cars came to a complete stop immediately after school in February. 


During the conference, East Central’s four state officers, Layla Craig, Kayla Craig, Abby Cross and Chloe Offenbacker,  led the state delegation at general sessions.


Aislyn Ankenman and Trystan Ankenman competed in the Chapter Service Display Level 1 STAR Event and achieved a remarkable gold medal and placed 2nd in the Nation in recognition of their outstanding performance. Natalie Kirchgassner participated in the National Programs in Action Level 1 and received a Gold Medal and placed in the top 10 of the event. 


Eighth grader, Addisyn Evans received a Gold Medal in Focus on Children Level 1 and placed in the Top 10 in the event.


East Central High School members receiving silver medals were Jocelyn Inderhees in the Chapter Service Portfolio Event, Level 3 and Savannah Campbell in the Chapter Service Portfolio Level 2 Event.  


Receiving a gold medal and placing in the Top 10 in Chapter Service Portfolio Level 2 Event was Macy Lyness. Layla Craig and Kayla Craig were in the Top 10 Finalists and received a Gold Medal in the Chapter Service Display Level 3 Event.  


Elle Jankovsky and Madi Brown received a gold medal and were Top Finalists in the Focus on Children Level 2 Event. In the Chapter Service Portfolio Level 3 Event were Cassie Callahan, Alexandra Seubert and Shelby Dawson and they received a Gold Medal and were Top 10 Finalists in the Event.  


Chloe Offenbacker received a gold medal and was the Top 10 Finalist in the National Programs in Action Level 2 Event. The students’ projects exemplify their dedication, creativity, and commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of others. 


“Their accomplishment at the national level is a testament to their hard work, teamwork, and unwavering passion,” East Central FCCLA instructor Brenda Osman said.


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