FCCLA students recently participated in district elections and STAR Event competitions. Two students ran for district offices this year. Freshman Annie Wright was elected as the alternate Vice President of STAR Events and sophomore Kaelyn Conrad is the District D Vice President of Public Relations. Conrad’s new responsibilities include running the district’s Instagram page as well as writing monthly newsletters.
Laurel, Adam and Falisha discuss the Chiefs victory in the Super Bowl, winter sports, scholars bowl, STAR events and some history lessons that don't get the attention they deserve.
Jessica Vanstory and Meredith Hess present their STAR project to underclassmen in the WHS library. "It was cool. I liked the way they talked to us as a group," junior Jessica Hedges said. Photo by Emma Alderman. Vanstoy and Hess qualify for nationals with presentation Seniors Jessica Vanstory and Meredith Hess took on a project... Continue Reading →
Autymn Schreiner, Alexis Hafenstine, Kassidi Huff, Kinsey Stuewe and Jessica Vanstory presented STAR events at the state capitol for Day on the Hill. Fifteen WHS STAR events qualified for state competition. Follow @WabaunseeFCCLA on Twitter for more club news and events. Of the twenty-three members competing in STAR events, fifteen qualified for the State Leadership... Continue Reading →
Juniors Eleanor Badeker and Macy Falk put the finishing touches on a cheesecake for their STAR event. They substituted peanut butter with sunflower butter to suit people with peanut allergies. Photos by Hannah Mumpower. 'Indulgent Dessert' addresses food allergies Juniors Eleanor Badeker and Macy Falk made a delicious creation for their FCCLA STAR event. Many... Continue Reading →