Spreading Literacy Literacy is the ability to read, view, write, design, speak and listen in a way that allows you to communicate effectively. The power of literacy lies not just in the ability to read and write, but rather in a person’s capacity to apply these skills to effectively connect, interpret and discern the intricacies of [...]
Immerse yourself in the wonders that come from multi-cultural tales as your chapter imagines and dreams of one world with many stories. Imagine A Tale Goal: To weave a tale that appreciates family history and culture by completing the Families First National Program To inspire members to develop an outline for their future endeavors by [...]
Congratulations to all of Colorado FCCLA STAR Event participants from the following chapters who attended the FCCLA National Leadership Conference, July 1 - 7, in Nashville, Tennessee: Briggsdale, Bollman Tech, Centauri, Cheraw, Cherry Creek, Douglas County, Eaton, Evergreen Middle, Fort Collins, Frederick, Fruita Monument, Highlands Ranch, Holmes Middle, Holyoke, Legacy, Mead, Meeker, Merino, Platte Valley, [...]
FCCLA State Leadership Conference Over 1,100 students, advisers and guests “Started Somewhere” at the 2017 FCCLA State Leadership Conference at Sheraton Downtown Denver Hotel April 13 - 15. The State Leadership Conference was full of many new and exciting opportunities for members to enjoy! Attendees went the extra mile by advocating for FCS [...]
The Colorado Comments-Winter 2017 is now available!
Thank you to the following chapters for affiliating by November 1: Akron Cherry Creek Horizon Niwot Sanford Altona Middle Coronado Ignacio Northglenn Springfield Bayfield Eaton Jefferson Senior Palisade Thornton Briggsdale Elizabeth Legacy Pikes Peak CC Trinidad Broomfield Fruita Monument Littleton Ames Platte Valley University Canon City Grandview Mead Ponderosa Vista Ridge Centauri Haxtun Meeker Prairie [...]
Over 1,000 students, advisers and guests participated in the 2016 FCCLA State Leadership Conference. The conference theme was “The Difference is 1.” The 2015-2016 State Officer Team inspired members during the general sessions through the story of 5 young adults from 1916 on board a steam train bound for CSU that breaks down and the [...]
Check out the Winter 2016 Colorado Comments!
Join your Colorado FCCLA State Officers and Family and Consumer Sciences students on February 9, 2016 at our State Capitol to meet and develop your leadership skills, speak with elected officials, and advocate for Family and Consumer Sciences and healthy decisions. Registration Link Agenda 8:00-8:45 :: Welcome Rally on West Steps 9:00-9:45 :: FACS Resolution [...]
Check out the Fall 2015 Colorado Comments!