The Sulphur Springs High School Family Career and Community Leaders of America Program, or FCCLA, sent two teams to state competition over the weekend; one for Culinary Arts and another for Job Interview Skills. FCCLA Sponsor Debbie Stribling said that competition was stiff with 30 teams competing in Culinary Arts and 29 teams in Job Interview.
The Culinary Arts team consisted of Autumn Hammans, Diego Perea, America Luna, Tyler Maloney, Ashley Franklin, and Chandler Eichenour and Mallory White was the lone competitor in Job Interview Skills. White said that the judges gave her recommendations to help improve her portfolio for future competitions.
Stribling, who is heading into her 26th year of teaching Family Consumer Sciences at the high school, said “we come back from state meeting on fire and ready to start next year bigger and better than this year.”