Ohio Family and Consumer
Sciences Newsletter

 

July 17, 2015  
 FCCLA
2015-2016 FCCLA Ohio State Theme
The State Executive Council is excited to announce this years theme. FCCLA: Building Champions for 70 years. Throughout the year FCCLA members will continue to develop their leadership skills on the FCCLA torch tour.  Calendar of Torch Tour events will be released at the OATFACS conference. First stop on the torch tour will be Fall Leadership Conference on October 12-13, 2015 at Heartland Retreat Center.
Updated Outstanding Chapter

The FCCLA Outstanding Chapter award has been updated! This year participation at the Ohio State Fair will be part of the participation above the local chapter section of outstanding chapter rubric. Members must participate at the Ohio State Fair booth to receive points for this. Contact Kelly Jung for more info at Kelly.jung@education.ohio.gov.

FCCLA Endowment Update

FCCLA Endowment Website

The Ohio FCCLA Endowment Website has been updated; it is now mobile.  You can now view it from your Smartphone. View the results of Poppy's Challenge and the 2015 scholarship winners.

 

OATFACS Raffle

The Ohio FCCLA Endowment will once again be conducting a raffle at OATFACS Conference.  If you have an item to donate to the raffle, please bring it Monday morning, August 3, 2015.  Also, you may contact us via the Ohio FCCLA Endowment Website (www.ohiofcclaendowment.com).

 

Endowment Board Openings

There are open positions on the Ohio FCCLA Endowment Board.  Applications are being accepted from FCCLA classroom advisers representing Hospitality/Culinary, Early Childhood and FCS.  Applications and Role and Responsibilities will be available at the OATFACS Conference.

  National FCCLA Conference
The Ohio Delegation
2015-2016 National FCCLA Theme
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FCCLA has adopted a single-theme for this upcoming school year and the theme will be reflected in all of our conferences and initiatives, including FCCLA Week. The theme for 2015-2016 is Empower and speaks to making the right choices and committing yourself to making a positive impact within your family, your school, FCCLA and your community. The logo / visual image that accompanies this theme shows the reverse "mepower" to illustrate that the power to affect this change lies within all of us.

Ohio STAR Event and member recap

At this years National FCCLA Leadership Conference Ohio FCCLA had a total of 220 students compete in a variety of FCCLA STAR events. Ohio FCCLA was successful with 103 students receiving gold rating on their projects and 101 students receiving a silver ratings. Only 16 students received a bronze rating on their projects this year.

 

Damien Connelley, an Ohio State Executive Council member ran for a spot on the National Executive Council. Damien received a score of a 21.5 on his written exam over FCCLA knowledge, which was the 3rd highest score of all candidates. He made it through the first round to make the top 20 candidates. During the second round, he gave a speech to all of the voting delegates that discussed breaking the myths that youth is only a time to develop skills to become leaders. He also participated in a networking session where he met with all the voting delegates from each state. Unfortunately, Damien did not make final cut, but he will make an excellent addition to our State Executive Council.

 

During FCCLA's time in Washington DC, The State Executive Council visited with 4 legislative staff members and meet with Sherrod Brown at a coffee meet and greet. The students spoke to staff members on the important role Career-Technical Education, Family and Consumer Sciences and FCCLA have played in their academic work and career preparation. They also asked for legislators to join the CTE caucus and to send a letter to the CTE caucus that stated that they
supported CTE.

During the SEC Flight Delay they were able to meet (Right to left) Steve Stiver, Bob Gibbs, Joyce Beatty and Jim Jordan.  Joyce Beatty tweeted and posted on Instagram the photo below.

 

SEC with a representative from Bob Latta's Office

 

Rally For Red Event

Participation in the Give me Five Dance  

 

Family and Consumer Sciences
Professional Development

Reminder OATFACS Conference August 3 - 5, 2015.  Register at Ohio ACTE

FCS Job Posting

POSITION: Family and Consumer Sciences Instructor

LOCATION: Middletown Middle School

QUALIFICATIONS:

Appropriate licensure/certification in Home Economics (230000) or Family and Consumer Science (090120) grades 4-12, through The Ohio Department of Education (must be indicated on submitted materials)

Willingness/ability to work with students and as a team member

Computer expertise appropriate to the position

Must be willing to integrate Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) in the classroom

Good organizational skills

State-issued driver's license or State-issued identification card with photograph

History of good job attendance

Must pass criminal background check

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This program's curriculum will be based on state and national standards and follow all Ohio Department of Education operational guidelines.

START DATE: 2015-2016 school year (August 2015)

SALARY RANGE: Based upon Board Policy and Master Agreement

BENEFITS: Based upon Board Policy

WORK YEAR: 185 days - 7.5 hours/day

APPLY TO:http://www.butlertech.org/resources/careers.asp

 

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