Throughout the week of February 13 through 17, FCCLA members at Marietta High School, along with chapter members from all over the country, celebrated National FCCLA week and Family and Consumer Science Education through participation in chapter activities.
Advisor Amanda Faulkenberry’s members began the week on Monday with a member appreciation lunch.
On Tuesday, the Day of Service, members collected Sara’s Project in Ardmore. Each member received a chocolate-covered strawberry, and they gave strawberries to members of the administrative staff as a thank you for their service to the school district.
Wednesday was FCS Day at the Capitol, which was attended by chapter officers Olivia Rutledge, Kaitlin Harris, and Emily Faulkenberry. The three visited Senator Chris Kidd and Representative Josh Cantrell, among other. Rutledge, Harris, and Faulkenberry used their trip to Oklahoma City to advocate for Family and Consumer Sciences and FCCLA.
Other members received a vintage FCCLA T-shirt and played FCCLA trivia via google classroom.
On Thursday, FCCLA members served high school teachers a teacher appreciation lunch.