Recognition is about acknowledging contributions and accomplishments of members and the chapter.Recognition methods and events ensure all members know how important they are and build be built into every chapter project and activity. Recognition can be as simple as a heartfelt, face-to-face “thank you” pr as elaborate as a formal banquet.Recognition has an important role in your membership campaign. Many students are motivated by the opportunity to earn recognition, and FCCLA offers plenty of ways for both individuals and chapters to be recognized. When recruiting new members, be sure to highlight their accomplishments.
Colorado FCCLA offers the following state level awards for all affiliated chapters.
The Chapter of Merit Award recognizes chapters who demonstrate their involvement and participation in local, district, state, and national FCCLA activities. Chapters may earn the gold level, silver level, or bronze level based on the total activities completed in the membership year.
2017 Bronze Level
- Canon City – Victor
- Cripple Creek
- Mountain View
- Mountain Vista
- Pikes Peak CC
- Smoky Hill
- Warren Tech
2017 Silver Level
- Fruita Monument
- Littleton Ames
- Miami Yoder
- Platte Valley
- Rocky Mountain
- Roy J. Wasson
- Vista Ridge
2017 Gold Level
- Cherry Creek
- Highlands Ranch
- North Arvada
- Standley Lake
Chapters may apply to showcase their hard work and innovative National Program projects. First place chapter winners may be honored with cash awards and special recognition at the State Leadership Conference, online, and in the Colorado Comments newsletter.
The Spirit stick recognizes the chapter that has the largest involvement in the state service project. Chapters gain the following points for involvement:
- 1 hours of service = 10 points
- 1 hour of reading = 10 points
- Pairing up with another organization = 5 points
- Every 10 books collected = 5 points
- Each newspaper publication = 5 points
- Each social media post (#COFCCLA) = 1 point
The chapter with the most points compared to affiliated members will be award the Spirit Stick at the 2018 State Leadership Conference.
2017 Award Recipient: Standley Lake High School
The Colorado Ultimate Image Award recognizes the chapter attending the 2017 State Leadership Conference that exemplifies the following leadership qualities:
- Professional Attire
- Exceptional Manners
- Active Participation
- Positive Attitude
- Representation of FCCLA Brand
The Media Team, Alumni & Associates Board, and Youth Expo vendors will determine which chapter best represents the Ultimate FCCLA image at the 2017 State Leadership Conference.
2017 Award Recipient: Wray High School
The Up Membership Awards recognize one middle school and one high school chapter that has the largest numerical increase in membership and one middle school and one high school chapter that has the largest percent increase in membership for that given year from each of the following divisions:
- Middle School
- High School
Chapters must be nationally affiliated by February 15, 2017 in order to be considered for these awards. All comparison data will be taken from the February 15, 2016 data. Comparison of data will be conducted by the State Adviser and verified by the Colorado FACS Program Director and another Colorado Career and Technical Education Employee.
2017 Largest Percent Increase Award Recipients: Evergreen Middle School and Greeley West High School
2017 Largest Numerical Increase Award Recipients: Holmes Middle School and Mountain Vista High School
Each Colorado FCCLA District has their own awards for chapters within their district. Colorado FCCLA offers the following state level award for our districts.
The District of Excellence Award recognizes the Colorado FCCLA district that exemplifies the ultimate leadership experience through their district activities. Districts submit quarterly reports on activities and the recipient is chosen by the state officer team.