Linden High Family Career and Community Leaders of America chapter report

From advisor Laura Nealy:

Estefania Becerril-Palacios, Maria Hernandez-Solis, Annamarie Gayla, Jiana Espinosa, Breanna Lee, Delsy Lopez, Karla Rivera, and Kathy Villanueva of Linden High School attended the 70th California Annual State Leadership meeting in Riverside in early April.

At the meeting the chapter, its members, and advisor were recognized with the following rewards and achievements. The chapter was awarded as a Gold State Superior Chapter and was only 1 of 7 schools in the state to receive this award. The chapter was 1 of 14 schools in the state to receive recognition for having 100+ members.

The chapter also has 100 percent of Home Economics Careers and Technology students affiliated with FCCLA and is only 1 out of 4 schools in the state to do so. Thirty-seven Linden High students (Berenice Anguiano, Dalila Aguilar, Adolfo Aredondo, Erick Balderas, Miranda Barbagelata, Kyra Dosier, Katie Frink, Alexander Godina, Alexander Guerrero, Isabella Grant, Destiny Herrera, Gabrielle Herrera, Lena Iff, Miranda Jackson- Horton, Zander Kuthe, Oliva Lee, Kalei Leppert, Delsy Lopez, Monica Luna, Eduardo Martinez, Sofia Martinez, Daniel Marquez, Anthony Melchor, Jasmin Melchor, Gabriel Miller, Gianna Missal, Natalie Morin, Emily Orr, Miguel Oseguera, Maritza Palacios, Cruz Sayuri Pizano, Nicolas Porter, Yesenia Rodriguez, Destiny Sabin, Matthew Solorio, Eddie Vasquez, Melissa Zaklan and Natalia Zuniga) earned their Chapter Degree pins for their knowledge and participation in FCCLA.

They are 37 out of 87 students in the state to earn this award. Jiana Espinosa earned her Region Degree pin for her knowledge and participation in FCCLA. She is 1 out of 11 students in the state to earn this award. Breanna Lee served as the 2016-17 State Treasurer and she was awarded $1,000 in scholarship money for her service as a State Officer and earned her State Degree pin for her knowledge and participation in FCCLA. She is 1 out of 6 students in the state to earn this award.

Linden High is a part of Region 6 which covers San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties. Annamarie Gayla was the 2016-17 Region Historian. Jiana Espinosa will serve as the 2017-18 Region Vice President and Delsy Lopez will serve as the 2017-18 Region Historian. Laura Nealy was recognized as a silver standing for Outstanding Advisor.

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