•  During hunger action month; Natalia FCCLA members will be hosting a drop station on the NHS stage for students and community members to donate canned goods and non-perishable items. Students who donate at least 4 items will receive a free dress code pass to wear their orange and promote the cause next Tuesday. Not only should you donate to fight hunger, but to help your class win for most items donated. Furthermore, the student from each class who brings in the the most canned goods will be awarded with the golden can trophy for their act of kindness. Winners will be announced at the assembly, which will take place next Tuesday, September 20th starting at 1:00 in the NHS gym. What’s More, is that students can earn one merit for each donated item. Don’t miss this opportunity!!!!


Let's beat our record last year of 1400 items!!!! Students bring in cans to put Natalia on the map..Let's make headlines!!!

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Mission Statement

  • To promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family members, wage earners and community leaders. Members develop skills for life through character development; creative and critical thinking; interpersonal communications; practical knowledge; service projects and career preparation. 


  • If you are interested in joining FCCLA, please see Ms. Denny in room 212 to receive a welcome letter and invite to FCCLA meetings. 


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  • Fccla will be selling candy apples at Natalia’s Fall Festival. The Fall Festival will be held in front of the Jr. High and elementary. There will be games, food, and sweets for everyone. Please come out and support Fccla by buying a candy apple. If you want to volunteer at the Fall Festival, it will be brought up at the Fccla meeting.

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  • FCCLA Goes Orange!

    First of all, Fccla would like to thank everyone who supported us and made our food drive successful. With the help of Mayor, Ruby Vera, Maria Sanchez, and Mario Obledo, Natalia Fccla collected over 1,400 non-perishable food items, weighing 1,093 lbs.. We definitely got the chance to give back to our community.

    Fccla will be delivering all the food items to the Medina County Food Policy, Wednesday, October 7th, in the afternoon.

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      Haley Sanchez

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