Elizabeth High teens noted for leadership

Junior Natasha Breakall won in competition of the Family Career and Community Leaders of America, FCCLA, at Elizabeth High School and will go on to Nationals on July 6-10 in San Antonio, TX. Courtesy photo
Staff report

Young leaders are developed through participation in the Family Career and Community Leaders of America, and five Elizabeth High School students have reached the status of national qualifiers.
FCCLA promotes leadership and personal growth through its Family and Consumer Science Education program and competition in Students Taking Action with Recognition (STAR) events.
After the State Leadership Conference on April 3-5, the following students are national qualifiers (nationals will be July 6 to 10 in San Antonio, Texas):
Bronze Medals: Chandra Roth and Giana Craig — Illustrated Talk.
Silver Medal: Shelby Graham — Focus on Children.
Gold Medals: Breean McElroy — Career Investigation; Megan Reyher — Teach and Train — First Place Gold; Sierra Stein and Taylore Bunch — Life Event Planning — First Place Gold out of 33 teams.
The No Kid Hungry National Outreach Online Event by Natasha Breakall and Anthony McConnell has reached level three, the only Colorado online entry that qualified for national competition.
Adviser Mrs. Melanie Darter was presented the “Spirit of Advising” Award by the Colorado FCCLA Executive Council and will be recognized at the national conference.
Junior Natasha Breakall, after many speeches and interviews, was named the vice president of events and will represent Colorado at the nationals.