Members set goals for themselves and work to achieve these goals with fun self-directed projects in five units:
• A Better You
• Family Ties
• Working on Working
• Take the Lead
• Speak Out for FCCLA
The Power of One program was newly revised for the 2019-20 school year. Information for advisers is available from national FCCLA through the adviser portal.
To access Power of One:
• Log into the Portal
• Click on the Resources Tab
• Click on Programs/Partnerships
The updated Power of One national program features lesson plans for each unit, an introductory PowerPoint and PowerPoint for each unit, five units of updated ideas and information, and a new submission process to make the awards process easier.
The new guide contains a fillable submission form you can save on your computer. These forms will be attached in the portal when submitting names for national and state recognition!
Power of One is a great way to kick off the school year with FCCLA in your classroom!
Contact national FCCLA if you have questions: Beth Carpenter
PROCESS FOR VIRGINIA AWARDS:
At the state level, members who complete all five units in Power of One, with the adviser completing the online recognition procedures by March 1, will receive a Power of One completer pin during the State Leadership & Recognition Conference. Names will also be shown on screen during a conference general session.
For questions related to the Virginia award process contact Deborah Will at debbiewillFCCLA@comcast.net
2021-2022 Five-Unit Power of One Completers
Eastern View High School
James Wood High School
Norfolk Technical Center A-Day
Page County High School
|Mason Hilliard||Ethan Lucas|
Page County Middle School
South County Middle School
Stuarts Draft Middle School