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FCCLA Advances to National STAR Events

The Putnam County FCCLA competed at State STAR (Students Taking Action for Recognition) Events held in Osage Beach, MO with much success. The Putnam County FCCLA had ten members who created various projects for judging. Students . . .

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Cookies and a Crush Update

FCCLA will be selling cookies and a Crush at lunch on Wednesday, February 13, 2019, weather permitting we are in school. The cost is $3 and you will receive two homemade chocolate chip cookies and a Crush of your chosen flavor (either . . .

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FCCLA Advances to State STAR Events

The Putnam County FCCLA competed at Regional STAR (Students Taking Action for Recognition) Events on February 1st, 2019 with much success. The Putnam County FCCLA had 10 members who participated in Region 3 competition . . .

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FCCLA Hosts Pop Tab Drive

FCCLA will be sponsoring a pop tab drive beginning on January 7-18, 2019. Pop tabs will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Missouri. Drop your pop tabs off at the blue boxes located in the High School . . .

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FCCLA Attends Leadership Meetings at the Regional and State Levels

  Fifteen students from the Putnam County FCCLA chapter attended the Regional 3 Leadership Meeting on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 in Macon, MO. The theme of the regional conference was, “The Magic in Me.” Members . . .

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Follow PCHS FCCLA on Facebook

Stay up to date with all things FCCLA! Our PCHS FCCLA chapter has their own Facebook page.  Click here to follow FCCLA on Facebook

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New FCCLA Officer Team for the 2011-2012 School Year

FCCLA, known as the Family, Community, and Career Leaders of America, has a new officer team for the 2011-2012 school year. Participation in FCCLA programs and activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers, and . . .

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