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Kern High School District News, May 2019, page 15, highlights outgoing FCCLA State Secretary, Alexis Morales and Lydon Olivares, new FCCLA State President from Kern Valley High School.
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FCCLA 2019-2020 were elected at the 2019 State Leadership Conference held in Riverside April 27-30.   The new officers at: Lydon Olivares, President, Jesika Kendall, Vice President, Diane Chen, Secretary, Sophia Htay, Treasurer, Deanna Murillo, Historian, Kacey Le, Reporter.  
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Nicole Zhang, senior at Rowland High School was selected at Student of the Month.  She discusses how FCCLA involvement has prepared her for attending UCLA in the Fall. 
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Lydon Olivares, President CA FCCLA, from Kern Valley High School is featured in this week's Kern High School District News Video.  See Lydon at 2:21-3:35 at the video link below:
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Linden High Schools students have received their Chapter, Region, State degrees as part of the FCCLA Golden State Degree Program at the 2019 FCCLA State Leadership Conference.
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After 2019 FCCLA State Leadership Conference Rowland High School FCCLA members are featured in Rowland Unified School District's Newletter. 
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The Silicon Valley Voice reports Santa Clara High School's Culinary Students Prepare Sneaky Snack
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Rowland High School FCCLA students' meeting with their State Legislatirs is  spotlighted in school newsletter.
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HUSD Board of Education Honors Rowland High School FCCLA students on September 13, 2018
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Nogales High School Senior Desiree Cervantes is a 2018 National Recipient of the Alexander Hamilton Scholars Award. Board Member Angelena Pride shakes her hand at the RUSD Board of Education Meeting on Sept. 13.
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Great Read!  "California’s Family and Consumer Sciences Education Program Empowers Teachers to Bring Key Financial and Life Skills to a New GenerationRead BadCredit.org's Mike Randall discussion about the state of future of Family and Consumer Sciences Programs in Calfiornia. 
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"Leadership Group Participation Shapes Students’ Career Goals" FCCLA Region 5 reviewed by the press.  See what the Santa Clara Weekly newspaper had to say.
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Linden High School Family and Consumer Sciences CTE classroom ready to receive renovation!
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Teen runs restaurant at Dinuba High School, Briseyda Dominguezn 16-year-old high school student, currently runs her own restaurant Bamboo Panda through her Food Service class where she is responsible for a team of aspiring chefs.  FCS food service instructor Martha Macias oversees the restauant. 

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Mona Klein, FCS Teacher, Menlo-Atherton High School, Atherton, was spotlighted in the September issue of the California Educator.
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Sandra Coulter, FCS Teacher, San Juan High School, Citrus Heights was a Merit Finalist for the 2014 National Teacher of the Year Award given by the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.
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Newbury Park High School FHA-FCSRO Chapter Installs New Officers
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Newbury Park High School FHA-FCSRO Members Present to the Conejo Valley Unified School District Board of Education
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Rocklin High School FHA-FCSRO Students Receive $5,000 Grant Check from Farmer's Insurance On Behalf of "Teens in the Driver Seat".
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A Modest Proposal for Curing Our Economic Woes: Mandatory Home Ec
by Bruce Watson Oct 21st 2013 3:21PM
http://www.dailyfinance.com/on/mandatory-home-ec-classes-cure-americas-financial-woes/

State Superintendent Torlakson Visits Culinary Department at Oroville High School  Culinary students provided a delicious breakfast for the occasion.  Scroll down to the second video to see FCS Teacher Toni Morucci and her students onstage with the Superintendent.
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Who Says Home-Ec Isn't a Core Subject? by Christine Gross-Loh
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Dibble Resources
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Egg Nutrition Center of the American Egg Board's Teacher Exchange offers free videos for all grade levels.
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West High Preparatory High School Culinary Team Wins California's "Cooking for Change" Contest and will compete for the National Title in Washington DC this June.  Click below for  Los Angeles' KCAL video story and article in LA Times.
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Celebrity Chef, Community Members Christen School’s New ‘Tasting Club’ at San Juan High School, Citrus Heights.
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ENC-Teacher Exchange offers new resources to combat obesity.
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MysticArt Pictures is auditioning age 10-16 designers for a new reality television program.  Nominate your students today!
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The Kansas City Star Highlights Home Economics
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Goodheart-Wilcox Publishers invites you to preview their new Spice Up Student Learning with "The Culinary Professional DVD Series"
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State School Chief Visits Modesto, Pushes Career Courses
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Officials Praise Vocational Training Classes at Colton High to Push Passage of Props. 30, 38
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'Snack Neutralizer:' a free nutrition education tool that calculates exercise time required to burn calories.  See how you can use the free resource.
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Los Angeles Student Places 1st in C-CAP Competition and Receives $5,000 Scholarship.  
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