FCCLAFamily, Career and Community Leaders of America (est. 1945)
FCCLAFirst Congregational Church of Los Angeles (California)
FCCLAFootball Club Chusclan Laudun l'Ardoise (French football club)
FCCLAFamily, Consumer and Career Leaders of America (various locations)
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The six CTSOs, common among all 50 states, include DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA, and Skills USA.
Students involved in the FCCLA also had the opportunity to showcase health and safety-related projects they developed.
The event includes an amateur dog show and is sponsored by the Career Discovery classes and FCCLA chapter of +Petal Middle School.
Why, she tells me, the FCCLA chapter from Selah went to Tennessee and won the nationals -- and there wasn't a word about it in the Herald-Republic!
Consider the case of the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Reston, Virginia.
Collaborating with the state's 93 chapters of Family, Community and Career Leaders of America (FCCLA), Oscarson, an associate professor of human development, consumer and family sciences, along with assistant professor Bell, are tapping the ingenuity of FCCLA student members from the state's high schools and from their own university.
AURORA, IL Ten East Aurora High School students who are members of the after school club FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America), participated in the FCCLA national competition in Anaheim, California, from June 30-July 4.
New FCS teachers must understand how to engage their students in real-world, hands-on work and service experiences such as those offered by the career and technical student organization FCCLA.
(a) Other activities included: art club, astronomy club, business academy, class office, color guard, creative writing club, crew, dance team, environmental club, FBLA, FCCLA, foreign language club, Future Teachers of America, history club, journalism, math club, music, pony club, and S.A.D.D.
* Two Minnesota seventh-graders who created an elementary school lesson plan on good hand hygiene practices received a national award and $5,000 for their school to support the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) local chapter's work on hygiene education.