Congratulations on STAR Event successes at Area Midwinter Conferences!

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FCCLA members are improving their skills in planning, time management, working on teams, developing a presentation, research and creative thinking through the 50 STAR Event categories.

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Students are doing their presentations, portfolios and displays now this month for AREA competitions and planning for involvement in State level events.

Midwinter events are conducted in January and qualifiers have received state advancer medals. There are 50 STAR Events.

Second opportunity is to do a SKILL Event-The list is long for the SKILL events you can do! These are available to any member at State Conference.img_0422

Skill Event-Culinary Food Art

This event will showcase the best of participant’s creative and artistic skills in utilizing an assortment of fruits and vegetables to design an interesting food item.

See National Skill Event rules.

Skill Event-Culinary Food Art

This event will showcase the best of participant’s creative and artistic skills in utilizing an assortment of fruits and vegetables to design an interesting food item.

See National Skill Event rules.

Skill Event-Culinary Knife Skills

This event will showcase the best of the participant’s knife skills. Participants will produce six uniform pieces for each knife cut meeting industry standards and demonstrate proper safety and sanitation procedures.

See National Skill Event rules.

Skill Event-Toys that Teach

This event is an individual event

that shows the ability to design, build

original home-made toy for children.

See National Skill Event rules.

Interviewing Skills

This event is an individual event to prepare to do a job interview at an entry level position.

See National Skill Event rules.

Skill Event-Impromptu Speaking

This event is an individual event that shows the ability to express one’s thoughts in an impromptu situation maintaining poise, self-confidence and conversational speaking.

See National Skill Event rules.

SPEAK OUT FOR FCCLA

Speak Out for FCCLA, an individual event, recognizes members for their ability to utilize marketing and public speaking skills to promote Family and Consumer Sciences and FCCLA membership through participation in the FCCLA national program Power of One unit, “Speak Out for FCCLA.” See National Skill Event rules.

Technology in Teaching

Technology in Teaching, an individual event, recognizes members for their ability to select and critically evaluate an application (app) for use as part of a class offered in the Family and Consumer Sciences program. Ahead of time, members review the app using the provided checklist, prepare an oral presentation, and demonstrate the app to evaluators. See National Skill Event rules.

Skill Event-Early Childhood Challenge

This event, an individual event is a knowledge and skills test which allows participants to complete challenges related to FACS subject matter including child development, early childhood education concepts.

See National Skill Event rules.

Skill Event-Nutrition

Challenge

This event is an individual event, a knowledge and skills test which allows participants to complete challenges related to FACS subject matter including nutrition.

See National Skill Event rules.

Skill Event-Science in FACS

Challenge

This event is an individual event, a knowledge and skills test which allows participants to complete challenges related to FACS subject matter including sciences and technology related to food, health and textile sciences.

See National Skill Event rules.

 

 

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