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High School Students Qualify to Compete in the National FCCLA Competition

Students from Raytown High School and Raytown South High School qualified to compete in the National Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Students Taking Action with Recognition (STAR) competition. The competition will take place in July with students sharing their presentations and projects online.

Raytown High School student Gloria McClain qualified for the national STAR competition in the Professional Presentation event. This is the first time a Raytown High School student will participate in the national STAR competition.

Raytown South High School students Martha Juah-Wleh and Jamirah Cameron qualified for the national STAR competition in the Focus on Children event. Shelby Hill qualified to compete in the Public Policy Advocate event.

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America is a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students interested in family and consumer sciences.

The FCCLA sponsor at Raytown High is Rochelle Netten. The FCCLA sponsors at Raytown South are Kari Playter and Lauren Adair.