Helper Junior High FCCLA does well in state contest
Helper Junior High FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) under the advisement of Mrs. Susan Heller attended the State Leadership Conference on March 26 in Layton along with 1,500 other FCCLA members from across the state.
The students listened to motivational speakers, participated in community service projects and participated in STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) Events competition.
Individual awards included Food Innovations, Jaylee Cox, Mason Rogers, and Canden Stockdale. They created "Choco Nana Butter Bites" a frozen healthy treat for parents to give to their children. They earned a gold medal and received first place in the state.
Shaubre Stockdale and Crystal Nef competed in life event planning in which they planned and conducted a birthday party for a friend. They received a gold medal and received first place in the state.
Katrina Edwards competed in Recycle and Redesign in which she created "TREADS", a flip-flop made from old tires. She received a gold medal and received third place in the state.
Raychel Briseno competed in Chapter in Review in which she show cased all the activities of the Helper Junior High FCCLA Chapter. She received a gold medal and received first place in the state.
Abagail Maddox and Jordan Lupo competed in Illustrated Talks. The girls conducted Music in Education and presented to 5th graders at Sally Mauro elementary. The team received a bronze medal.
Six of the Star Event competitors earned the opportunity to attend the National Leadership Conference (NLC) July 6-11 in San Antonio,Texas. They are Shaubre Stockdale, Crystal Nef, Jaylee Cox, Canden Stockdale, Mason Rogers and Raychel Briseno