Lockwood FCCLA to Compete in FCCLA National STAR Events

Lockwood High School seniors’ Raegan Snider and Amelia Stone have been selected to represent Missouri at the first ever virtual FCCLA National Leadership Conference.  Each state can send two teams in each event category to move on to compete in National STAR Events. 

Raegan Snider will be competing in the event Leadership with her project “Learning to Lead Leaders.”  Raegan was elected Lockwood FCCLA’s 2019-2020 president and wanted improve her leadership to better serve her peers.   Her project included having others and herself reflect on her leadership strengths and weaknesses and creating and implementing goals to improve. 

Amelia Stone will be competing in the event Promote and Publicize FCCLA with her project “Research, Recruit, and Revive.”  Amelia chose to present to the eighth grade class about the benefits of taking Family and Consumer Sciences’ classes and joining and participated in FCCLA.  FCCLA has opened many doors for her, including serving as a regional officer and shadowing a representative, and her hope is to encourage others to join and take part in this organization.

L to R: Amelia Stone, Raegan Snider