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National FCCLA

FCCLA is a national student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Science Education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through--

  • character development
  • creative and critical thinking
  • interpersonal communication
  • practical knowledge and
  • vocational preparation

Students who join FCCLA have opportunities to increase their leadership and life skills-- planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making and interpersonal communication -- necessary in the home and workplace.

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America

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Our CVHS FCCLA chapter
advisor is Crystal Baker

Mrs. Baker



FCCLA chapter website link

Congratulations on State FCCLA Winnings

16 students competed

3 golds earned
10 silvers earned
3 bronze earned
3 state winners going to nationals:
Krystal Hulet, Breanne Hancock, Brennan Baker

Mrs. Spencer, Master Advisor Award

Congratulations on State Pro Start Winnings

1st place in southern region; 9th place overall

21 FCCLA students competed at region at SUU on Feb. 6.
They are advancing and preparing for upcoming
state competition in March

The CVHS culinary team placed 1st in the region FCCLA competition
Congratulations to Kambree Horman, Alissa Thomas, Madison Grimshaw

FCCLA Made Clothes for and Delivered Bears
to Family Support Center

FCCLA Advisor & Students Excel in 2017 State Competition


Crystal Baker named Utah Master Advisor

State Team

FCCLA State Winners & National Competition Qualifiers

1st Tawni Werber - Life Event Planning

1st Makaylie Langford - Illustrated Talk

1st Krystal Hulet - Recycle Redesign

1st Cassidy Chamberlain - Nutrition and Wellness

2nd Bailey Sorensen - Job Interview

1st CVHS Chapter - Stop the Violence

2017 Region medal winners

hats and gloves donation
FCCLA members made hats and donated 70 hat/glove
kits to the local Family Support Services

166 W. 1925 N.,
Cedar City, UT 84721

Dennis Heaton, Principal
Julie King and Kyle Robinson, Assistant Principals