Welcome to Gibbon Public Schools FCCLA

We feel there is a need to increase the FACS (Family and Consumer Sciences) courses and the FCCLA programs. Our goal is to help FCCLA members increase their leadership skills  by attending all FCCLA District, State, and National Leadership Conferences. We will help new and current FCCLA members have a better understanding of the FCCLA program. All members will learn how to promote FCCLA during the beginning, middle, and end of the 2017-2018 school year.

What is FCCLA?

-FCCLA is a national student organization that helps men and women become strong and amazing   
 leaders in their families, communities, and careers

-FCCLA is an acronym for Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America

-FCCLA's tagline is "The Ultimate Leadership Experience" 

-FCCLA is a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO)

-FCCLA is the only CTSO that has family as the central focus 


-You are an eligible member if you have taken or are taking a course in Family and Consumer Sciences    
 grades 7th-12th grade.

- All affiliated FCCLA members will receive Teen Time magazines, and all of the other privileges that are available with being an FCCLA member. They will be able to participate in all District, State, and National Programs including STAR Events.

How to join FCCLA?

-Enroll in a FACS Class

-Pay the dues that are required

- District Dues: $3.00

- State Dues: $ 4.00

- National Dues: $ 9.00

-Overall Dues: $16.00

FCCLA Members will experience the following...

-You will develop Leadership Skills and strengthen home and family life

-You will encounter new people and make important decisions impacting those around you today,  
 tomorrow, and in the future

-All FCCLA members that are doing STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) projects are allowed to compete in District, State, and National competitions and events

-FCCLA members will inherit public speaking skills and will have a considerable amount of scholarship opportunities

-FCCLA members will participate in projects that will help the community, they will also gain future college, career, and readiness skills