DRHS FCCLA Team Advances to State
FCCLA chapter members traveled to Corpus Christi, Texas to compete in the FCCLA Region V STAR Events. 41 members competed in 23 events with many winning top honors.
Winning First Place and advancing to state:
Lisa Garza- Culinary Math
Beka Chavez- Chapter in Review
Jassmin Malagon- Early Childhood
Jimena Treviño- Job Interview
Nancy Marrufo and Madison Perkins- Promote and Publicize Carolina Sanchez- Nutrition and Wellness Victoria Bocanegra, Alyzia Jimenez, and Kamyla Rodriguez- Environmental Ambassador
Winning Second Place and advancing to state:
Brianna Adriance- Entrepreneurship
Henry Arredondo, Sydney Schell, and Juan Padilla- Chapter Service Project Roberto Lopez and Andrea Lopez-Entrepreneurship Melanie Rodriguez and Alexandra Olmos- Interpersonal Communication
Winning Third Place and advancing to state:
Emily McBlain- Teach and Train
Adriana Hernandez and Ashley Nicole Martinez- National Programs in Action Anaid Lira, Chantal Rodriguez and Guadalupe Olvera- Spotlight on Projects
Winning Fourth and advancing to state
Adriana Vasquez- Life Event Planning
Wining 5th and advancing to state:
Andrea Maldonado- Cupcake Battle
Winning Gold Medals in FCSA Test
Sydney Gallegos, Natalie Guerrero, and Nicolle Metzger in Creed Mission Purpose
Winning Silver in FCSA.
Ilan Tavares, Andrea Maldonado, Andrea Lopez, Kamyla Rodriguez, Chantal Rodriguez, and Alyzia Jimenez in Creed Mission Purpose
Adriana Hernandez in Child Development
Winning Bronze in FCSA
Celeste Coronado, Ashley Nicole Martinez, Lauren Alvarado, Kaitlyn Garcia, and Robert Lopez in Creed Mission Purpose
Madison Perkins in Education and Training
Brianna Adriance In Job Interview
State FCCLA STAR Events Competition will be held in Dallas April 4-6, 2019.
FCCLA advisors are :
Linda Corbell- FCCLA Ram Chapter
Chef Adan Cortez- Del Rio HS FCCLA Culinary Chapter Regina Cardenas- Del Rio Freshman FCCLA Chapter
FCCLA is a Career Technology Student Organization. CTE is under the direction of Roger Gonzalez.
San Felipe Del Rio CISD adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year’s tax rate.
The tax rate will effectively be raised by 4.10 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $-98.07.
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