CLATYON — Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education, and Hospitality Services students competed in the Ohio Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Competition April 27-28, in Columbus. Many students qualified to represent Ohio at the FCCLA National Leadership Conference July 2-6, in Nashville, Tennessee.
MVCTC students winning their state competition and qualifying for the National FCCLA Competition included:
Early Childhood Education senior, Abigail Adkins (Eaton) placed first at State FCCLA and received a gold rating in Illustrated Talk.
Culinary Arts junior Destiny Getchell (Twin Valley South) placed third and received a silver rating in Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation..
The following MVCTC students placed at the State FCCLA Contest:
Senior Culinary Arts Team of Jacob Jenkins (Eaton), Jennifer Fisher (Bethel), Zyonda Gibson (Northmont), and Madison Whitney-Schaale (Miamisburg) received a gold rating.
Culinary Arts junior, Natalie Perry (Eaton) received a gold rating in Creative Cakes
Culinary Arts juniors, William King (Trotwood) and Caleb Carson (Twin Valley South) received a gold rating in Life Event Plan
Early Childhood Education seniors Victoria Stump (Arcanum) and Ashley Brown (Preble Shawnee) received their Power of One award at FCCLA State.