New FCS teacher ready to compete

Keeley Reddick and her husband Derron. Reddick will take over the WHS FCCLA program next year.

Keeley Reddick is ready to continue the success of the WHS FCCLA program.

Reddick will replace Diane Breiner next year as the FCS teacher and FCCLA adviser. Reddick said she was interested in the position because it is close to family and it is a smaller school. She also said that coaching is what had led to her education. Reddick previously coached cheerleading at Council Grove for the last three years.

Reddick grew up in Wamego and after high school she went to Emporia State on a cheerleading scholarship. She then transferred to Kansas State University and graduated in 2016. In college she studied family studies, where she took multiple courses related to family and consumer sciences and FCCLA and did participate in FCCLA in high school.

Reddick’s husband will be coaching football and teaching business at Rossville. She said this opportunity for him is what initiated them to move to the area. If not watching football, Reddick said she likes to spend time with her dog and watch Netflix.

She said she is very excited to start teaching and advising FCCLA and is looking forward to many things.

“I’m most looking forward to getting to know everyone, continuing the success of the FCCLA program and teaching the students new things,” Reddick said.

Reddick does know about the success the FCCLA program has had in the recent years and has created goals to continue that.

“My biggest goal is to just keep it growing and keep the success going, and have more people compete at state and nationals. I’m pretty competitive so I’m ready to compete,” Reddick said.

— Kaytlyn Meseke, @kaytlyn_nelle

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