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Raytown South High students earn Gold in the regional competition

Six Raytown South High students in the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) program earned Gold in the regional competition and will compete at the State Leadership Conference in Columbia, MO, March 30-April 1. 

Seniors Marcedes Bell, Dara Britton, and Mikayla Poole received a near perfect score of 97 out of 100 earning Gold in Interior Design; Sophomore Janelle Dempsey earned Gold in Fashion Design; Juniors Taelor Ingram and Jasmine Pope earned Gold in Life Event Planning; and Seniors Megan McGowan and Lauren Hopper just missed state qualification, earning Silver in Sports Nutrition.

“The FCCLA program teaches students necessary leadership and career planning skills, and their recent achievement has given them a great sense of pride,” Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Jenna Russell said.  “I am excited to see how this translates into the work they present at the State Leadership Conference.”

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(left to right) Taelor Ingram, Jasmine Pope, Janelle Dempsey, Mikayla Poole, Dara Britton, Lauren Hopper, and Megan McGowan

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