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May 20, 2016
Standard Corrections
The Family and Consumer Sciences Course outlines have been edited to correct errors. Attached is a list of the changes made to each course outline. Corrected course outlines will be posted within the next week to the ODE website.
Impact 2016
Impact 2016 Ohio Association of Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Conference

Did you mark your calendars? Now it's time to register. The Impact 2016 Ohio Association of Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Conference will be held August 1-2, 2016 at the Hilton Easton in Columbus. As always, the conference will be filled with strategies to take back for immediate implementation in your classroom and updates on content and program requirements. As we prepare to embark on our new courses with new end of course assessments required, there has never been a more important year to put the summer conference on your "to-do" list. Featured speakers will include Susan Turgenston from Learning Zone Express speaking on STEM in the FCS classroom, Rick Metzger on Making Your Program Sing and Chef Leslie from the Soft Red Winter Wheat Council with an exciting opportunity for FCCLA chapters and your classrooms. In addition, we will have sessions on most of the new courses including FCCLA integration ideas, content specifics and strategies to ramp up your classroom this fall. Special sessions on Fair Trade, Nutrition update from Giant Eagle, new delivery models for FCS and so much more.

So register now and we will see you in August!! Head to www.oatfacs.org and get the registration link. Hotel rooms are blocked at a cost of $177 per night. Ask for the FCS block.

Group Name: Family and Consumer Sciences
Group Code: FCS
Check-in: 31-JUL-2016
Check-out: 03-AUG-2016
Hotel Name: Hilton Columbus at Easton
Hotel Address: 3900 Chagrin Drive
Columbus, Ohio
43219
Phone Number: 614-414-5000
For corrections to the page, please follow the directives below:

HOTELS: Submit a revision request via Global Content Gateway. Click on "POGs, One Clicks & Corp Accts" in the left navigation and Revision Form.
CUSTOMERS: Please email us. For all other questions concerning your group, contact the hotel where your group event is booked.
Ohio Jump$tart
Ohio Jump$tart is hosting a fully sponsored personal finance teacher training from August 3-5, 2016 in the northern Columbus area. All hotel, food [breakfast and lunch], facility, and training costs are covered. Teachers will also have an opportunity to earn CEU's free of cost and graduate school hours through the University of Cincinnati at a discounted rate. The application deadline has been extended to May 31, 2016, and the SLO requirement has been dropped.

The Jump$tart Teacher Training Alliance (J$TTA) is a teacher training model in personal finance ensuring consistency and rigor in teacher training programs across the country. The model focuses on delivering personal finance content and will include resources and some pedagogical strategies.

Application and event details are found here:
Fashion Construction Refresher
Professional Development
August 8-9, 2016 from 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. at Wooster High School

Tentative Agenda:
Day 1 - August 8, 2016
Getting acquainted with the sewing machine
Basic sewing techniques
Completion of small sewing project
Day 2 - (Optional) August 9, 2016
Using patterns, selecting fabric
Completion of a clothing item - TBA
A materials list will be sent to those who register.
Lunch is $12.00. Payment will be collected the day of the event.

Registration: Please register by July 1, 2016. After this day you will receive a material list with the supplies you will need to bring to this event. Click here to register.
CCAD Summer Interior and Fashion Design Professional Development
The Columbus College of Art and Design has developed a track for Family and Consumer Sciences teachers to provide you instruction on interior and fashion design principles that align with the standards.

Date: June 19-24, 2016
Registration Fee: Commuter- $150
Resident- $275- Includes Meals and Overnight Accommodations
To register go to CCAD website here.  

8:30 A.M. - 10:00 A.M. Interior Design
Join Interior Faculty to learn about basic methods of teaching and learning Interior Design concepts - from basic design and space planning techniques to the materials and tools used to create designed presentations and projects. Hand construction methods, sketching, and digital techniques will be explored.

10:15 A.M. - 11:45 A.M. Re-Work / Re-Use (Interior/Fashion Collaboration)
Join Interior and Fashion Faculty to develop a collaborative mock retail window display. Inspired by growing conversations regarding sustainable design, this project will incorporate innovative thinking and green design methods (re-cycling, up-cycling, etc.) to create beautiful, functional designs using only "found" objects.

11:45 A.M. - 12:45 P.M. (LUNCH BREAK)

1:45 P.M. - 3:15 P.M. Fashion Design
Join Fashion Faculty to learn about basic methods of teaching and learning Fashion Design concepts - from mood ideation and design techniques to the materials and tools used to create design presentations and projects. Basic construction methods, sketching, and digital techniques will be explored.
Teaching Position Available
Full time Family Consumer Science Teacher for grades 9-12 at Massillon Washington High School.
To apply go to www.massillonschools.org and select the employment link and then select the posting for Family Consumer Science to apply online.

Application Deadline May 27, 2016.

FAIRFIELD UNION LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
BUILDING: Fairfield Union High School & Rushville Middle School
POSITION: Family & Consumer Science Teacher
QUALIFICATIONS/CERTIFICATION: Licensed to Teach Family & Consumer Science Grades 7-12
PERSON TO CONTACT: Mail or email cover letter and resume by May 9, 2016 to:

Brian Verde, High School Principal
Fairfield Union High School
6675 Cincinnati-Zanesville Road NE
Lancaster, OH 43130
brianverde@fairfieldunion.org
FCCLA at The Ohio State Fair
Ohio FCCLA will have a booth again this year at the Ohio State Fair. The booth will require 4 to 5 students and an adviser to attend and man the booth for a 4-5 hour shift. The fair runs from July 27, 2016 through August 7, 2016. This year we will completing Service Learning Projects at our booth. All members and advisers who attend will receive free admission to the fair and a meal ticket. Complete the following form to submit your chapter's availability. The new Outstanding Chapter Award counts for attendance at the State Fair towards your overall involvement. Get started early on your Outstanding Chapter Award! Sign Up Here http://goo.gl/forms/PJECYhOAh 

The following dates still need filled: Linked is the Fair
Booth Schedule 
July 30, 2016 A.M. open and July 31, 2016
August 1, 2 ,3 P.M. open, 4 ,5 ,6 and 7.
Adult Volunteer at NLC
National FCCLA are still in need of approximately 60 advisers and adults to serve as Adult Room Consultants and Evaluators for the 2016 National STAR Events competition. If administrators, parents, or chaperones are attending, they would be a good choice as an evaluator.

If you have a student competing in a STAR event, it is expected that you will volunteer to help with the evaluation process. Without the assistance of advisers, Competitions cannot occur at the National Leadership Conference. Sign up can be completed through the National Conference Registration system.
Ohio Pin Sale
Granville High School is selling Ohio trading pins for NLC. Pins will be .50 cents each. Orders can be placed by completing the below order form and emailing it to bragsandbritches@aol.com, Title email "OHIO PIN ORDER" in the subject line. All orders must be received by June 11, 2016.

Orders will be processed once check is received. Orders will be deliver at NLC to chapters. Here is the order form. Delivery details will be emailed.

Mail Checks to:
Susan Mazik
379 Timberland View Drive
Newark, Ohio 43055
Ohio Family and Consumer Sciences
    25 South Front Street, MS 611
Columbus, OH 43215-4183
614-466-5718