Lebanon Trail and Liberty FCCLA Compete at State

May 04, 2021

Students from Lebanon Trail and Liberty high schools competed at the Texas Family Career and Community Leaders of America State Conference and Competition ‚Äčin April where they demonstrated professionalism and mastery of their studies.

FCCLA is a national career and technical student organization for students in Family and Consumer Sciences. Through FCCLA, students enhance their knowledge in professional body language and dress, discover their creative abilities and the importance of networking. 

In preparation for the state competition, students spent time researching, communicating with community leaders and enhancing their knowledge within their competitive event. The student projects took academic risks and their commitment was steadfast as they delved deep into their topics.

Notably, Lebanon Trail students Kay Shin Pua, Aliza Sohail and Neha Vinodh placed first with a gold recognition score and will represent Texas in the Nutrition and Wellness category at the FCCLA National Competition this summer.

Congratulations to these students and their advisors on their accomplishments.

Lebanon Trail High School

Lebanon Trail FCCLA advisors Michelle Fiszer and Aneesha Jackson guided the students on their academic journey this year.

Sophomore Alison Macleod received a gold medal in the Culinary Arts assessment. Amanda Cancino received a silver recognition score in the Public Policy Advocate category. Sophomore Alison Macleod and senior Jillian Ownby completed the Family and Consumer Sciences Assessments, a rigorous objective test.  

Liberty High School

Liberty teachers Kristi Swinnea and Jessica Fisher-Hattey advised the campus FCCLA students throughout the school year and are proud of their students' accomplishments.

Senior Emaan Baber competed in Job Interview and senior Amy Nguyen competed in Career Investigation. Senior Savannah Hathcock, senior Lauren Massie and junior Varda Khan competed as a team in Interior Design. 

The State Conference and Competition also closed out a year of service for senior Mackenzie Cobb as the Texas FCCLA Region III Vice President of Competitive Events and President. 

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