October 8, 2020
Ohio Family and Consumer Sciences Newsletter
Upcoming Calendar Reminders
October 27 - Tri-State Officer Development Training
November 1 - FCCLA Affiliation
Professional Development

Date: October 21, 2020
Time: 3:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M.
Topics: State Degree and Outstanding Chapter

Date: November 4, 2020
Time: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Topics: Trauma Informed Care and Youth Mental First Aid - OSU Extension

Date: October 20, 2020
Time: 6:30 PM
Topic: Work-Based Learning in FCS: Planning for High Quality Opportunities in 2020 and Beyond

Design 4 Good Challenge Webinar
Date: October 22, 2020
Time: 1:00 PM -- 5:00 PM CT/ 2:00 - 6:00 PM ET
Who: One educator and up to 5 students ages 13-17

Date: November 5, 2020
Time: 3:30 pm - 6;00 pm
Topics: Teaching Professions Virtual Professional Development
SAVE the DATE: Zoom Update on FCS in Ohio
Greater Cleveland Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Date: November 7, 2020
Time: 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Membership
COVID PILOT Chapter Participation Packages

Take your chapter’s membership “Beyond Measure” this year through FCCLA’s temporary price reduction chapter participation packages! Now available through November 1, 2020, chapter advisers have the opportunity to choose from one of two-chapter participation packages in addition to FCCLA’s.

Individual Membership - state and national dues $15.00 per member plus adviser $15.00

Urban Package $7,500 for state and national plus adviser $15.00

Middle Level is $670 for state and national plus adviser $15.00

Up to 20 Members Leadership Package $270 for state and national dues plus adviser $15.00

Unlimited Leadership Package $670 for state and national dues plus adviser $15.00
Leadership
Measure Up FCCLA Virtual Tri-State Officer Development Training
Date: October 27, 2020
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 P.M. ET
Cost: $25 per chapter (unlimited participants)
Registration closes October 23, 2020
The Tri-State Officer Development Training is a virtual enrichment program for chapter advisers to integrate FCCLA into your FCS classroom with FCCLA leaders and state officers providing information and resources on leadership development and FCCLA programming through enrichment videos, presentations, and activities to incorporate into your FCS classroom.

Tri-State Officer Development Training is a great opportunity for advisers to integrate FCCLA into their FCS classrooms and curriculum and for members to engage in FCCLA. The following items are highlights of what will be available as a resource for you and your members utilize within the Tri-State Officer Development Training platform:
  • FCCLA Chapter Management presentations
  • National Executive Council Members from Kentucky Logan Justice, Vice-President of Membership and Hannah Jones, First Vice-President
  • Leadership Development
  • Engaging Keynote Speaker - Ryan Moran
  • Networking Opportunities

We can’t wait to see you learn “Beyond Measure” at Measure Up FCCLA Virtual Tri-State Officer Development Training!

Skill Demonstration Evaluators
Ohio has been assigned to provide evaluators for two Skill Demonstration Events - Pastry Arts Technical Decorating Skills and Technology in Teaching. We need about 60 evaluators to score approximately 20 virtual events. I will provide continuing education hours to all evaluators. Register here
Virtual FCCLA Chapter Visit

Would you like to have one of the State Executive council members visit your classroom to go “Beyond Measure”? To schedule an officer please complete the request and send it to the state office. We are anxious to get to know all of you this year. Join us in aiming to grow, influence, and lead “Beyond Measure” this year with FCCLA!
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Ohio FCCLA FACT Initiative

FCCLA and the Ohio Department of Public Safety are teaming up again to offer FCCLA Chapters the opportunity to plan and carry-out a FACTS project that meets community needs. This year up to 75 Ohio chapters could receive a $1,000 stipend to help bring project ideas to life!

Do you need project inspiration? Use the resources found in FCCLA’s F.A.C.T.S. Program Guide to get started. A digital copy is now available to all Ohio chapters in your registration portal. (Check Purchased Publications under the Resources tab.) For more information about FCCLA’S F.A.C.T.S. national program, visit www.fcclainc.org.

In addition to the $1,000 stipend, four projects will be selected as the most outstanding and will be awarded a $2,500 cash prize each at Ohio FCCLA’s State Leadership Conference and will be considered for additional state and national F.A.C.T.S. program awards.

Application deadline is Nov. 22 so start planning now!

Step 1 – Apply: Find the FACTS Initiative Application in your chapter registration portal. (Click: Surveys tab, Ohio FACTS Initiative, 2020-2021 Ohio FCCLA FACTS Project Application)
Step 2 – Receive $1,000 stipend. FCCLA will award 75 Ohio chapters a stipend of $1,000 to conduct a traffic safety related project. (Failure to complete project or to apply for FACTS Program Award will result in chapter refunding stipend to National FCCLA.)
Step 3 - Carry out a FACTS Project. Use your stipend funds as needed to conduct a FACTS project in your school or community.
Step 4 – Submit a FACTS Program Award Application by Mar. 1, 2021. Four Ohio chapters with the most outstanding projects will each be awarded $2,500 and will be considered for additional state and national FACTS program awards. The FACTS Program Award application is available under the “Program Awards” tab.

For questions or assistance, please contact Kelley Smith, Ohio FACTS Initiative Coordinator grantcoordinator@ohiofccla.org.

Create an Inclusive Classroom Culture with EVERFI.

True learning and collaboration happens when all students feel safe, included and celebrated. EVERFI’s diversity, equity and inclusion courses allow teachers to start the conversation and build a positive class culture for everyone. All of the interactive, online resources are available to schools in Ohio free of charge. Resources include:

• Elementary - The Compassion Project (grades 2-4)
• Middle School - Honor Code - Bullying Prevention (grades 8-10)
• High School - 306: African-American History (grades 8-12), Diversity
Foundations for High School (grades 9-12), and BINAH: Building Insights
to Navigate Antisemitism & Hate (grades 9-12)

For more information on these courses and to get started, click here.

As a reminder, EVERFI is a great tool for in-person, hybrid, or remote learning, so it can be plan A, B and C! These courses can also be used along with Stand Up for FCCLA.

Reach out to Kaitlin at kboldt@everfi.com with any questions.
Power of One Virtual Lesson Plan
FCCLA offers eight peer-to-peer educational programs to help students develop real world skills for life within FCS education. To help you integrate programs into your virtual or in-person classroom, FCCLA is pleased to introduce the new FCCLA National Programs Ready-to-Use Virtual Lesson Series.

Once a month, look forward to a new virtual lesson on one of the eight national programs! Each lesson is aligned to National FCS standards and comes with a video presentation, documented lesson plan, pre- and post-tests, and fillable PDF handouts.
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We remain committed to communicating updates as we venture into these changing times and look forward to the day we can meet in person when it is safe. Ohio FCCLA cannot wait to see how you inspire families, careers and communities “Beyond Measure” this year through FCCLA activities..

Watch Ohio FCCLA website for specific details.
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