STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) are competitive events in which members are recognized for proficiency and achievement in chapter and individual projects, leadership skills, and career preparation.
FCCLA STAR Events offer individual skill development and application of learning through the following activities:
- Cooperative: teams work to accomplish specific goals
- Individualized: an individual member works alone to accomplish specific goals
- Competitive: individual or team performance is measured by an established set of criteria
STAR Events encourage active student participation and recognize accomplishments of youth. The belief that everyone can be successful is the foundation of these events. Cooperation and competition are stressed in positive, constructive ways. Respect and interaction between youth and adults are fostered by establishing teams of adult and youth evaluators and event managers.
- 2022-23 Nebraska STAR Events Handbook
- 2023 Baking & Pastry Recipes
- 2023 Culinary Arts Menu
- Nebraska STAR Events Guidelines
- Nebraska FCCLA STAR Event Project Information Form
- This form is to be completed by each team or individual by the deadline provided by each district’s STAR Coordinator. Failure to complete this form will result in disqualification at the District competition.
- FCCLA Participant with Accommodations Form
- This form should be completed if a student requires accommodations for competitive events or conference attendance.
- Informational STAR Event Presentation
Skill Demonstration Events
Congratulations to the following Northwest High School FCCLA members for their participation in Skill Demonstration Events this year!
- Isiabelle Norvell – 1st Place in Education & Training Challenge, Level 2
- Megan Boyd – 1st Place in Science in FCS Challenge, Level 2
- Alison Schimmer – 2nd Place in Fashion Construction & Design Challenge, Level 2
- Kennedy Brown – 3rd Place in Fashion Construction & Design Challenge, Level 3
- Hailee Kozakiewicz – participation in FCCLA Knowledge Challenge, Level 3
These events take place during the National Fall Conference on Friday, November 10, 2023 in Birmingham, Alabama. Skill Demonstration Events provide opportunities for members to demonstrate college and career-ready skills in Family and Consumer Sciences and related occupations. This fall (2023) the following Skill Demonstration Events will be offered:
- Culinary Food Art (Levels 2,3)
- Culinary Knife Skills (Levels 2, 3)
- Impromptu Speaking (Levels, 1, 2, 3)
- Interior Design Sketch (Levels 2,3)
- #TeachFCS (Levels 1, 2, 3)
- Toys that Teach (Levels 1, 2, 3)
In addition to these prepared Skill Demonstration Events, National FCCLA offers a variety of online Challenge Testing Events. Participation in these events takes place by the completion of an online test based on the content knowledge area. The Online Challenge Testing dates will be released in August 2023! These testing events include:
- Consumer Math Challenge (Levels 1, 2, 3)
- Culinary Math Challenge (Levels 2, 3)
- Early Childhood Challenge (Levels 1, 2, 3)
- Education and Training Challenge (Levels 2, 3)
- Fashion Construction and Design Challenge (Levels 2, 3)
- FCCLA Knowledge Challenge (Levels 1, 2, 3)
- Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Challenge (Levels 2, 3)
- Interior Design Challenge (Levels 2, 3)
- Nutrition Challenge (Levels 1, 2, 3)
- Science in FCS Challenge (Levels 1, 2, 3)