Students Compete in FCCLA States Competition

Posted on May 12, 2015 by

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From 18 to 20 March, five Fleetwood students competed in The Pennsylvania Association of Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) states competition. These students attend BCTC in Culinary Arts and Early Childhood Education.

“I did a poster board on respect and presented to three classes and went to some classes. We were trying to raise respect levels in school. It was a state conference to promote things,” sophomore Samantha Rutt said.

The following people from Fleetwood competed:

  • Kenneth Kline is a senior who goes to BCTC for Culinary, and he competed in the Culinary Arts competition. He earned a gold medal for his work.
  • Dustin Carbaugh is a senior who also goes to BCTC for Culinary, and he competed in the Culinary Arts competition. He also earned a gold medal for his work.
  • Samantha Rutt is a sophomore who goes to BCTC for Early Childhood Education. She competed in the Illustrated Talk and won a bronze medal for her work.
  • Savannah Workman is a sophomore who goes to BCTC for Early Childhood Education, and she competed in the Illustrated Talk. She won a bronze medal for her work.
  • Ashley Wellman is a junior who goes to BCTC for Early Childhood Education. She competed in the Teach and Train and won a silver medal for her work.

Kenneth, Dustin, and Ashley are able to compete at the National Level this summer in Washington, D.C.  Ashley Wellman also ran as a candidate to be a state officer next year. She is now the Vice President of Elections.

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