District Spotlight: 17 Kittitas Students Attend National Conference in Anaheim

Jul 18, 19

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Meet the National Financial Fitness Program Award Winners and STAR Event Medalists from Kittitas School District!

National Financial Fitness Program Award Winners!

National Financial Fitness Program Award Winners

Pictured are the Kittitas Secondary School National Financial Fitness Program Award Winners. Front row from left to right: Sydney Bare, Ava Smith, Sydney lael, Kelsey Johnson, Jillian Provaznik, Lizbeth Villegas, Ticey Stermetz, Kamryn Sandnes and Jane Kratz. Back row: Brooke Ravet, Reid Stickney, Austyn Johnson, Owen Stickney, Chesney Pemberton and Justin Hudson.

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)’s National Leadership Conference (NLC) was held June 28 through July 5 in Anaheim, Calif, according to a news release. More than 8,700 participants from across the country gathered together to attend leadership and program trainings, hear national speakers, meet youth leaders from across the nation, participate in competitive events, and explore college and career options.

STAR Event Medalists!

Kittitas STAR Event Medalists

Pictured are the Kittitas STAR Event Medalists. Front row from left to right: Ava Smith, Sydney Lael, Kirstin Johnson, Lizbeth Villegas, Kamryn Sandnes, Kelsey Johnson and Ticey Stermetz. Back row: Brooke Ravet, Sydney Bare, Chesney Pemberton, Jane Kratz, Austyn Johnson, Owen Stickney, Reid Stickney and Justin Hudson

Over 4,700 FCCLA members competed in STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) Events at NLC. STAR Events are competitive events in which members are recognized for their proficiency and achievement in chapter and individual projects, leadership skills, and career preparation. Both youth and adults work together in managing the events and serving as evaluators of the participants. Students develop real world skills participating in STAR events. Kittitas FCCLA had two students selected to help evaluate. Jillian Provaznik was selected to evaluate National Programs in Action and Austyn Johnson was selected to evaluate Focus on Children in the senior category.

Originally posted on The Daily Record

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