This week's Missouri FCCLA Advisor VIP is Angela Rash, from Sikeston High School. Here's a little about her:
One of the projects she is most proud of is the Sikeston FCCLA chapter's Domestic Violence Awareness campaign, The Clothesline Project, which made a great impact throughout the school and community. What made Angela most proud of this project was the sincerity of the members that participated. She states that they were so whole-heartedly committed to the cause that it was amazing to watch. One of the chapter members was a victim of domestic violence, so that made the project even more meaningful.
Angela says "To ask me what I am most proud of is so difficult because it's not just a thing, it's the feeling of pride and accomplishment when I see my members succeed. I love watching the capabilities be revealed of what students can be through FCCLA, instead of what they feel they are currently. My officers this year are go-getters. They are excited about what we are doing and are bring new ideas to the table. I look forward to all that they have planned!"
Angela, your enthusiasm is one of the reasons you were nominated for this week's Advisor VIP award! Congratulations!