Selah High School FCCLA Ready to Take the State by Storm!
SHS Contingent Qualifies 46 for State!
On to State!
Selah High School’s FCCLA Chapter is ready to take Washington by storm, as the entire contingent qualified to compete at the upcoming state contest in March. The state qualifications were awarded to Selah’s 46-member delegation following the recent regional event. As part of the contest, all Viking competitors earned gold medal rankings.
Congratulations to the following students as they will represent Selah High School during the FCCLA State competition: Jacob Kieser, Rylee Kotzin, Blake Yates, Eli Ziegler, Ella Barnett, Bryce Becker, Kyle Berreman, Anahi Cervantes, Alissa Contreras, Conner Dailey, Vereniz Delgado, Adam Escamilla, Kianna Fullerton, Quinten Garretson, Julian Gonzales, Nate Gutierrez, Dawson Hammermeister, Caden Harris, Keegan Hull, Brooke Hussey, Jade Larabee, Kate Lewis, LaRon Love, Cali Mahre, Teagan Mahre, Emily McKeel, Alex Morford, Emma Morris, Sierra Newell, Rachel Olson, Mackenzie Pelson, Ella Peters, Matthew Quincy, Hanna Rice, Lillie Rice, Kylie Ripplinger, Emma St. Mary, Mckenna Swindell, Kylie Topper, Daniel Valladares, Brandon Vallejo, Kimberly Velasco, Cooper Vick, Keany Villa, Hannah Weeks, and Ryker Wilburn.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a student organization that helps develop young men and women as leaders and addresses important personal, family, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education. FCCLA is the only career and technical in-school student organization with a central focus on careers that support families.
Michelle McCartney, Selah High School’s FCCLA advisor said, “Our kids have worked hard and we are extremely proud of how Selah students are representing the community. What they’ve accomplished is outstanding! As we’ve always said, “All the best kids go to Selah.”
Congratulations to Selah High School’s FCCLA Chapter as they prepare to take the state by storm!