FCCLA

The Ultimate Leadership Experience is unique among youth organizations  because its programs are planned and run by members.  It is the only career and technical in-school student organization with family as its central focus.  Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities.

Glenpool FCCLA members work hard to make a difference in their school and community.  From safety lessons at the elementary, to bringing awareness of teen dating violence to their peers, filling food boxes at the Regional Food Bank and preparing for contest, community service projects, and celebrating our hard work.  Glenpool FCCLA is The Ultimate Leadership Experience!

 

FCCLA Hosts Glenpool Chamber Luncheon

 
FCCLA students hosted the December luncheon for Glenpool's Chamber of Commerce. This is a wonderful time for Chamber members to visit our school and see our students in action. Members were greeted by seasonal songs from the Warrior Singers and entertained during lunch by the Warrior Band Ensemble. FCCLA students prepared and served smoked ham, mashed potatoes and pork gravy, steamed green beans, salad, hot roll, and cobbler. Chamber members were seated at festive tables set and decorated by FCCLA students, providing a joyful lunch time atmosphere for the Chamber meeting.

 

 

 

FCCLA participating students were:
Casey Jackson Gabby Driscoll Kaylee Holman
Kylee Bargas Ashton Richardson Madison Guile
Kylie Ziglar Yobana Cordoba Britney Driscoll
Jaylee Lowe Chantel Johnson Summer Dobbins
Cosette Rivelli    

 

FCCLA hosts the annual luncheon as service learning and to raise funds for chapter trips to Oklahoma City for the FCCLA State Convention. Service learning is a teaching method that combines meaningful service to the community with curriculum-based learning, resulting in very real student learning in areas such as applied academics, career preparation, character development, and technical skills. According to the National Service-Learning Clearinghouse, "service learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibilty and strengthen communities." The key differences between community service and service learning is that community sevice primarily has the purpose of meeting the needs of others and bettering the community, while service learning enhances the community through the service provided, but it also has powerful learning consequnces for the students providing the service.