FCCLA

DOBIE FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)

Sponsors


Mrs. Martinez - Rm. 230 - ext. 04228
Mrs. Gutierrez - Rm. 223 - ext. 04182


Click on the link below to review the 2016-2017 "Membership Packet" for more information!

2016-2017 Membership Packet

Meetings Dates
Monday (Officers Only)
A & B Lunch - Rm. 230
Thursdays  (Chapter Meetings) B-Auditorium (Meetings start promptly at 11:30am). *Mega lunch socials are held the last Thursday of each month in the FCS Kitchen (Room 225), Room 223 and Room 230.

Dobie FCCLA Officers 2016 - 2017

President Angela Morales (C/O '17)
First Vice- President Veronica Alarcon (C/O '17)
Secretary Lacedrian Coleman (C/O '17)
Treasurer Brianna Villanueva (C/O '17)
VP of Public Relations Mikayla Gutierrez (C/O '20)
 VP of Community Service JaRod Flowers (C/O '17)
 VP of Membership Samantha Lopez (C/O '17)
 VP of Fundraisers  Anthony Limas (C/O '17)
 VP of Parliamentary Laws  Annette Hinojosa (C/O '19)
 VP of Special Events  Serena Villanueva (C/O '19)
 VP of Programs  Malayah Coronado (C/O '18)
 Historian Lizbeth Chavez (C/O '17)

 

Texas FCCLA

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WHAT IS FCCLA & WHO CAN JOIN? (Family, Career, Community Leaders of America)?
It is formerly known as The Future Homemakers of America, which is one of the largest career and technical organizations in the United States. Established in 1945, it encourages personal growth and leadership development in teens through family and consumer science education. Any student, through twelfth grade, who is taking (or has taken) a course in family and consumer science or related occupations, can become a member. FCS courses include: Principals of Human Services, Child Development, Nutrition and Wellness, Family and Community Services, Interior Design I & II. Each year over 220,000 young men and women join over 7,500 changers. There are 53 state associations including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.


HOW DOES FCCLA HELP MEMBERS?
FCCLA challenges members to assume leadership roles at the local, district, state, and national levels.
Chapter advisors, who are family & consumer science teachers, help members develop leadership skills to use at home, at work and in the community. Chapter members create and carry out projects that address concerns like:

         - Community service
         - Self-esteem
         - Family relations
         - Peer pressure
         - Career exploration and training
         - Managing finances
         - Fitness and nutrition
         - The environment


 WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN FCCLA?
        - Meet new friends with similar interests
        - Plan and participate in fun chapter projects
        - Take advantage of opportunities to travel and participate in activities
          above  local chapter level.
        - Be active in an organization you believe in
        - Experience the satisfaction of helping others

 
MOTTO
Toward New Horizons

 
COLORS
Red & White

 
FLOWER
Red Rose

 
CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD FCCLA MEMBER
1.     Is always prompt
2.    Is proud of the organization
3.    Accepts his/her share of responsibility for the business at hand
4.    Is anxious to hear ideas and opinions of others
5.    Gives constant attention to the activities of the organization
6.    Knows the purpose of each meeting and activity and works for its
       accomplishment
7.    Carries out all assignments to the best of his/her ability
8.    Is constantly thinking and acting for the benefit of the organization
9.    Acts in the school and community in a manner that reflects favorably on
       the organization



FCCLA CREED
We are the Family, Career and Community
Leaders of America. We face the future
with warm courage and high hope.

For we have the clear consciousness of
seeking old and precious values.
For we are the builders of homes.
Homes for America's future.
Homes where living will be the expression
of everything that is good and fair.
Homes where truth and love and security
and faith Will be realities, not dreams.

 
We are the Family, Career and Community
Leaders of America. We face the future
with warm courage and high hope.

CONNECT & COMMIT WITH FCCLA:

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