The FCCLA Region IV competition saw over 1200 students from around the Houston area gather to showcase their skills and compete for the top honors. Among the participants were Krystal Bludau and Madison Kollman, two talented students from the Sealy FCCLA chapter. The competition was intense, and the students demonstrated remarkable skills and knowledge, earning them recognition and advancement to the state level.
Krystal Bludau placed 5th in the Job Interview skills category and advanced to state. She also earned a silver medal on her Family Consumer Science Assessment, demonstrating her well-rounded abilities in the field. Her excellent performance in the competition is a testament to her hard work and dedication to her studies.
Madison Kollman placed 7th in the Cupcake Presentation category, showcasing her creative abilities and her passion for cooking and baking. Madison also earned a gold medal on her Family Consumer Science Assessment, demonstrating her broad knowledge of the field. Madison’s impressive performance in the competition is a testament to her commitment to her studies and her unwavering spirit.
The Sealy FCCLA chapter was once again nominated for the state outstanding chapter, making it their 5th straight year. This is a remarkable achievement, and it reflects the dedication and hard work of the students and their advisor. The chapter has a long history of producing talented and knowledgeable students, and the latest round of nominations is a testament to the chapter’s continued excellence.
The FCCLA Region IV competition was a great success, with Krystal Bludau and Madison Kollman showcasing their exceptional skills and knowledge. Both students are to be congratulated for advancing to the state level, and the Sealy FCCLA chapter is to be commended for its continued excellence and outstanding performance.
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