Students from Mont Harmon Middle School traveled to Provo on Wednesday to meet up with students from nearly 50 other school to attend the FCCLA regional leadership conference.
Students created a STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) event project and presented in front of judges on Wednesday morning. 19 Mont Harmon students attended the conference, some competing as teams and some competing on their own. At the end of the day, an awards ceremony was held to announce the results.
Myah Barr and Samantha Schuaguard were a team in Focus on Children and received a gold. Elizabeth Carpenter and Rylie Frandsen also teamed up for a project in Food Innovations and received a gold.
Mikell Furner and Alyssa Ellis made up a team with a project in Chapter Service Display and received a silver. Elizabeth Payan and Kaydance Scoville competed in Food Innovations and received a silver. Anthony Hathaway and Austin Escoto were a team in Illustrated Talk and brought home a silver for Mont Harmon. Another team was created by Elizabeth Blackburn and Lindsey Snow in Promote and Publicize FCCLA, also receiving a silver. Haylie Prescott created a project in Nutrition and Wellness and received a silver.
Another team in Chapter Service Display was made up by Ansley Staley, Kalli Sherman, and Haylie Hozier. They received a bronze for their project. Also receiving bronze was Patch Alaniz and Landen Anderson in Focus on Children. Payton Hopes competed in Recycle and Redesign and also received a bronze.
Those who qualified will compete at the state leadership conference in Layton on March 20-21. While there, students will again present their projects, as well as attend leadership seminars and workshops.