Building Your FCCLA

As you all may know, it’s not always easy to start, run and build an FCCLA program or any CTSO for that matter.  There are always trials such as money, keeping the students interested, participation and more.  So here are a few ideas to assist you with building your FCCLA[Read more]

Day 30: Wiggio

Website: Uses:  This website allows you to create a central communications hub for whatever you need, mainly FCCLA.  With this resource you can hold virtual meetings, share calendars, take polls/votes, send mass email/text messages, share files, plan projects, assign tasks and much, much more.  I can’t even explain all[Read more]

Day 26: Animoto

Website: Uses:  Ready to promote FCCLA/FACS professionally?  Allow students to use animoto to create creative video slideshows to help get the word out about the FACS profession, curriculum, or any other project that would be enhanced by nice looking videos.  It’s free, it’s fun and it’s easy!  

I’m Back!

Sorry that I have been absent for so long, but I was in the process of getting things in order for my husband to head to South Korea!  Hopefully me and the kids will be heading there in June!  However, don’t worry, I will continue to run Just FACS and[Read more]

FCCLA Week Activity Ideas (February 7-13, 2011)

For FACS teachers and FCCLA advisors, FCCLA week is a busy and fun, yet important week.  It is the week to not only showcase the FACS program but it is also your chance to let everyone know what FCCLA is and the benefits of being a part of this magnificent[Read more]

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