Four Garden City High School FCCLA members qualified to compete at the upcoming National FCCLA convention after competing at the annual State Leadership Conference and Students Taking Action with Recognition, or STAR, competition April 15-17 in Wichita.

The following students qualified for the national convention, which be held June 27 to July 2 in Atlanta: Javier Cervantes, senior, Occupational Fashion Design, silver ranking; Cassandra Parra, sophomore, and Victoria Ramirez, junior, Occupational Food Innovations, gold ranking; and Brenda Resendiz, senior, Occupational Recycle and Redesign, silver ranking.

Other FCCLA students competed and placed at the state competition, including: Tammy Troung, sophomore, Occupational Fashion Construction, silver ranking; Thida Southvangs, sophomore, Fashion Construction, silver ranking; Raylyn Swank, senior, Occupational Teach and Train, silver ranking; Mirtha Arzate, senior, Occupational Entrepreneurship, bronze ranking; Kathryn Chandler, junior, Occupational Job Interview, silver ranking; Ivy Servin, junior, Occupational Career Investigation, bronze ranking; and Itzel Areola and Flor Contreras seniors, Occupational Life Event Planning, bronze ranking.



Robyn Hilt, Elisabeth Maldonado and Jenette Turpin are the Garden City High School FCCLA advisors.