• FCCLA

     

    FCCLA

    Family Career Community Leaders of America

     

    Our Mission:

    To promote family and career and community

     

    Colors:

    Red and White

     

    Sponsor:

    Mr. Eric Lockley

     

    What FCCLA means to our students…

     

    Guadalupe Ruvalcaba:

    “I get a chance to help others in need within my community. It also keeps me busy and out of trouble. FCCLA guides me into the right path.”

     

    President Valerie Ramirez:

    “FCCLA makes me more responsible and aware of what society offers. I have experienced places and people that I never would have been a part of. FCCLA has showed me there are more opportunities for me than I ever imagined.”

     

    Lester Thompson VP:

    “Being a member of FCCLA has taught me a lot. It teaches us to care for our community and to give back. I love being a part of B.A. FCCLA. We are more than a club, we are a FAMILY”
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    What is FCCLA?

    FCCLA is a nationally recognized student led organization. FCCLA is open to any student who has ever taken a Family Consumer Science class. It is the only school based organization that solely focuses on strengthening family and community relationships.  Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life -- planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication; necessary in the home and workplace.

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    FCCLA
    Above: Children’s Hospital: Carlos Garcia, Gracie Palacios, Valerie Ramirez, Lester Thompson, Mathew yang and Devin Cashell. Students participated in crafts, played games and

    visited with the patients.

     

    Below: Valerie Ramirez and Lester Thompson at the Veggie Fair working at the “kid zone”.
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    Above: Chief on the Beat- FCCLA had 22 volunteers throughout the day. Students catered breakfast for volunteers and the Dallas Police Department.

     

    Left: Habitat for Humanity-16 students volunteered, building a habitat house in South East Dallas