FCCLA is a national nonprofit student organization that helps youth develop leadership and workplace skills to prepare for both college and careers through peer-to-peer education, community engagement, and the application of skills learned in the Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) classroom. MHS FACS Department Link here
Through participation in FCCLA and exploratin of FCCLA's 4 Career Pathways, members acquire many skills to be college and career-ready, including academic knowledge, technical expertise, and a set of general, cross-cutting abilities called "employability skills."
FCCLA Advisors Amy Friedrichs and Alyssa Ambrosius attended the Fall Leadership Conference with 4 Family and Consumer Sciences students.
FCCLA Leaders get up and dance during the Keynote Speaker, Patrick Grady, at the Fall Leadership Conference.
Amy Friedrichs, Anne Runck, Mac Mongeon, Hallie Friedrichs & Natalie Krinke worked concessions at the Football game to raise money for the Monticello FCCLA Chapter.