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9/10/09

Presentation to the Missouri State Board of Education


Today four members of Missouri FCCLA had the honor to present information to the members of the Missouri State Board of Education. This was an exciting event, as this is the first time in recent memory that Missouri's Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) have been able to provide detailed information and updates to our state board. Earlier this summer, Missouri FFA had this same opportunity. In the coming months, DECA, FBLA, SkillsUSA and TSA will also make similar presentations.


Representing all levels of the FCCLA organization were:


Caroline Kirby, National FCCLA Vice President of STAR Events

Nicole Terry, Missouri FCCLA State President

Martin Estrada, Missouri FCCLA Region 2 Second Vice President

Adrianne Calumpong, North Kansas City HS FCCLA Chapter Vice President




These students did an AMAZING job not only delivering their presentation, but also answering questions from members of the board. They answered questions related to personal finance; academic preparation for careers; chapter finances and recruitment; and leadership development and opportunities. They are accomplished students, public speakers, and outstanding FCCLA members. We were very pleased with the reception they received from each of the state board of education members. Missouri FCCLA - you would have all been very proud of their actions on your behalf today!


We have uploaded their recorded presentation to YouTube, but it is also embedded here. We hope chapters can use this video to help members learn more about the organization.





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Once again, thanks to these four members who made this day possible, and to their chapter advisors and school administrators for allowing them to travel to Jefferson City for this event.


These members truly represent the wonderful members of Missouri FCCLA and The Ultimate Leadership Experience! It's great to know that we have this level of leadership throughout our state association.



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