Hillsboro High School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America participated in state FCCLA conference April 12 and 13 in Wichita.
In the Students Taking Action for Recognition events, Katie Claassen received a gold award in food innovations. Kurtis Klein earned bronze for chapter service project display, and Meredith Lamkin earned bronze for career investigation.
Alyssa Bettles, Ashley Brandt, Aubrey Meier, and Ashlyn Simmons assisted with events as timers and room monitors. Rachel MacKenzie completed all five “Powers of ONE.”
Emily Hoskinson and Allister Young were voting delegates.
HHS was in charge of the welcome and special guest table at the conference, and the chapter won the Up Membership award.
April Young was the alumni judge for parliamentary procedure, and Skye Young was the community judge for illustrated talks. HHS FCCLA sponsor Monica Leihy was a room facilitator, and Todd Simmons was a chaperone.
Students also participated in workshops and heard keynote speaker Grant Baldwin. The state conference was as successful one for HHS, Leihy said.