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November 17, 2016
Professional Development
Family and Consumer Sciences, Education and Training, Hospitality and Tourism Supervisors Meeting
November 21, 2016
Ohio FFA Center, 717 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio
9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
Registration in STARS.  Keyword Search:  CTE
Agenda attached
Ohio Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Conference
February 17, 2017

Nationwide Hotel & Conference Center, 100 Green Meadows Drive South, Lewis Center, Ohio 43050
Members - $125 before January 17
Non-members - $140.00

Q: What is the difference between OAFCS and OATFACS?
A: OAFCS provides leadership and support for professionals whose work assists individuals, families, and communities in making informed decisions about their well-being, relationships, and resources to achieve optimal quality of life.

OATFACS is an affiliate of the Family and Consumer Sciences Division of the Ohio Association of Career-Technical Education. Provides leadership and support of career technical educators to keep current with programming issues and content enhancement of programs.

Q: Why should all FCS teachers attend the 2017 OAFCS Conference?

A: This year's conference will provide research-based content, focusing on the four content focus areas that FCS encompasses.

Educators Rising
Educator Rising registration is now open

March 16-17, 2017
Ohio Dominican University
"The Art of Teaching"
Career Development Events
Leadership - Chapter in Review Portfolio and Leadership - Chapter Service Project Portfolio  will be available for Ohio competition for the 2016-17 school year.
CDE Status
We inadvertently missed adding the Early Childhood Team to the list of events on Hiatus. Please accept our apology for the oversight.  
Go for the Red

Go For the Red is an FCCLA membership campaign that provides incentives for members and chapters working to increase membership. Go For the Red empowers students to recruit, retain, and recognize members. Students can utilize the 2016-2017 membership kit to plan and carry out a membership campaign or drive and are eligible for awards and recognition!  Individual applicants who recruit 3 or more members will receive a special Go For the Red t-shirt for his/her recruiting efforts.

Chapters that recruit 10 or more members will receive an FCCLA banner to showcase their achievement. For more information regarding the details of these awards or to apply, click here.
Nominate your Outstanding Members for a Red Jacket
We've enjoyed reviewing all of the Unite in Red Fund - Red Jacket Award applications and nominations each month and look forward to the ones we will receive for the November Red Jacket Awards (DEADLINE November 18, 2016 at 5:00 P.M. ET)! Remember, we will be awarding FOUR jackets a month through June! Click here for more information.
Endowment Committee
The purpose of The Ohio FCCLA Endowment is to provide a permanent non-profit source of funding to support leadership opportunities through various FCCLA initiatives.  The Endowment is administered by a Board of Trustees to assist Ohio FCCLA Association in its mission to develop bright, responsible leaders.  The Endowment has supported the organization through awarding of scholarships, chapter grants, leadership development, and recognition awards for individuals and chapters throughout the state of Ohio.

As the 2016 tax year comes closer to the end, the Ohio FCCLA Endowment would like to remind you that contributions are tax deductible.  If you are interested in donating to Endowment, please go to Mail the form and donation to: Ohio FCCLA Endowment, c/o Marlene Jones, P.O. Box 114, Liberty Center, OH 43532.

Thank you for your support and dedication to the vision of the Ohio FCCLA Endowment!

Ohio Family and Consumer Sciences
    25 South Front Street, MS 611
Columbus, OH 43215-4183