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37 Students Headed to State FCCLA

BUFFALO FCCLA COMPETES AT REGIONALS -- Buffalo High School took 42 students to the Regional FCCLA Conference in Galveston February 13th-15th. When all was said and done, 37 of the students advanced to the State FCCLA conference in April.

Buffalo Family Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), formally known as FHA, represented Bison Nation well on February 13th-15th at the Texas Region IV FCCLA conference. The Buffalo Chapter took 42 students and 14 teams to Galveston Texas, to compete with over 2,000 participants from all over Region IV. When all was said and done, 37 out of the 42 students advanced to the state competition in April.

FCCLA sponsor Melissa Isaacs has taken the membership in BHS FCCLA from 53 members in 2017-18 to 77 members for the 2018-19 school year. Buffalo FCCLA was awarded a membership award which reflects the increase in BHS FCCLA involvement. The following teams 10 teams, and newly elected officers are headed to state on April 3rd.

2nd Place in Chapter and Review Display (Sonia Martinez, Vanessa Ramirez, Jenifer Dominguez )

2nd Place in Chapter Service (Mykayla Dennix and Stefani Trejo),

1st Place in Environmental Ambassador (Kaline Martinez, Jorge Palafox, Scarlet Carrillo),

4th Place in Food Innovation Jr (Omar Almeida, Saloni Jarawala, Emma Adams),

1st Place in Food Innovations Sr (Marlene Diaz, Jenny Dominguez, and DayaniComoran),

1st Place in Interpersonal Communications Sr (Lupita Martinez and Iveth Molina)

1st Place in National Programs in Action (Jazz Early, April Martinez, Sherlinn Rodriguez),

2nd Place in Parliamentary Procedure Team (Ally Smith, Trystah Dennix, Skyler Randall, Sydney Label, Katy Webb, Emma Reeder, Lindsey Gonzalez),

4th Place in Sports Nutrition Team Sr (Iris Valles and Richard Renteria),

2nd Place in Sports Nutrition Team Jr (Logan Skelton, Alexis Esparza, George Castro),

Ashley White Silver Medal in FCAs and Advancing to State,

Region IV VP of Competitive Events Betsy Martinez,

Region IV State Officer Callie Harter, who will find out her exact state position at the state conference.