Spring Lake Park High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America found success at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference last week.
“Leave me and my sore tooth alone!” the Beast growled at Woodcrest Elementary Spanish Immersion School April 1, when approximately 35 Learning Ventures students watched a new version of his story unfold: “Beauty and the Beast: Tooth or Consequences.”
Spring Lake Park District 16’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students walked away from their annual state meeting and competition with three golds, one silver and a gold trophy for top ratings.
Members of three Coon Rapids High School student organizations – FCCLA, DECA and HOSA – pooled their time, their energy and their resources and made 84 teddy bears which were donated to Mercy Hospital’s maternity ward and pediatrics unit.
She toured ancient temples, immersed herself in hot springs baths and watched soy sauce fermenting in large, wooden stave vats when she visited what is billed as the world’s largest soy sauce factory.
Spring Lake Park High School FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) students have claimed the gold at national conferences before, but never has anyone from SLP scored 100 points at the organization’s leadership skills competition.
Building on the tradition of service to others, little girls in Africa will soon have new dresses to wear thanks to the efforts of Spring Lake Park High School’s FCCLA members.