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Idaho Association of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America offers our members the opportunity to develop skills for life through Family and Consumer Sciences Education.
Idaho FCCLA provides students with leadership opportunities statewide with Competitive Events, National Programs, and Community Service at the local, district, state and national levels!
 BASIC 2021
Join your State Officer team to receive chapter training on subjects including: 
  • Fundraising
  • Running For State Office
  • Chapter Planning
  • Teacher Professional Development
  • And much more!


2021 national Leadership

nashville, tn - june 27-july 2 

This year, Idaho FCCLA had 50 national competitors and 20 competitors placed in the top 10 of their event! 
1st Place
Fashion Construction (Level 2) - Madison Honn
Rocky Mountain High School
Interpersonal Communications (Level 4) - Abbey Rode
UI Collegiate FCCLA
National Programs in Action (Level 3) - Lauryn Mitchell and Amanda Uhlenkott
Midvale Jr/Sr High School
Teach and Train (Level 4) - Aubrey Thuernagle 
BYU Idaho
2nd Place
Teach and Train (Level 4) - Kylie Chambers
BYU Idaho
3rd Place
Teach and Train (Level 4) - Kimberlee Galaxyy
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congratulations to those who placed in the top 10 at NLC!

  • Culinary Arts (Level 3) - Paxton Webster, Thunder Ridge High School​​

  • Hospitality, Tourism, & Recreation (Level 2) - Spencer Nelson and Brooke Smith, Highland High School

  • Nutrition and Wellness (Level 2) - Liberty McGuire, Rocky Mountain High School

  • Nutrition and Wellness (Level 3) - Sydney Bang, Highland High School 

  • Parliamentary Procedure (Level 3) - Logan Anderson, Lynara Bennett, Amy Espinoza, Tyler Metcalf, Cooper Pavkov, Evelyn Perez, Rebekah Rose, Gooding High School 

important dates


Joint student leadership (Jsl)
August 2-4, 2021
Boise, id

For state officers

2021 BASIC Training

September 20, 21, 23 and October 4 

registration starts august 16!

Winter planning 

December 28-29

boise, id
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2021 spirit of advising award

The Spirit of Advising Award recognizes chapter advisers who are constantly faithful, often quietly working behind the scenes to ensure the success of their students.
Spirit of Advising award recipients will also receive recognition at National Leadership Conference.
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meet the 2021-2022 Idaho Fccla state officer team

Gretchen Pals - President 

Hannah Christensen - First Vice President and Vice President of                                                        Parliamentary Law

Emma Pfaff - Vice President of Development and Finance

Liberty McGuire - Vice President of Competitive Events and Programs

Madison Honn - Vice President of Public Relations and Membership




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The Ultimate Leadership Fund is FCCLA’s newest annual giving campaign that provides affiliation support grants to chapters in need. Through your generous contribution to the Ultimate Leadership Fund, FCCLA can continue to enhance the lives of youth across the nation. Your support will provide grant dollars to students and chapters who are in need of financial assistance to affiliate within the organization. FCCLA needs your support to continue to be the Ultimate Leadership Experience for students nationwide.
Please consider making a donation today to help FCCLA continue to shape today’s youth for tomorrow’s careers. It is through the support from donors like you that FCCLA is able to continue its work as the premier Career and Technical Student Organization for Family and Consumer Sciences education. We greatly appreciate your ongoing support! 

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