FCCLA Spirit Week


Mckensie Lee

Poster of all the different FCCLA spirit days this week.

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL- Are you excited for yet another pajama day? The FCCLA (Family Community and Career Leaders of America) club at Centennial High School is hosting a spirit week starting from today through Friday with a variety of themes. But what is FCCLA all about?

“FCCLA aims to promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer science education,” FCCLA officer Rasikapriya Krishna explains.

The club’s goal is to assist members in whatever future careers they may pursue by teaching them widely applicable skills. The members in this club can gain skills such as creative thinking, communication, and leadership. Through this spirit week, the officers hope to raise awareness for the club and its opportunities. 

“We hope to spread knowledge of our club and get our chapter members involved,” Krishna notes. 

During the week, the themes are as follows: Famous Day (dress up like your favorite celebrity) on Monday, Comfy Day (pajamas) on Tuesday, Colorful Day (crazy colors) on Wednesday, Look-Alike Day (twins/matching) on Thursday, and Adventure Day on Friday. You don’t have to be a member to participate in spirit week, but if you choose to join, you’ll find a great community. 

“My favorite part of being in FCCLA is meeting new people with similar interests and exploring different aspects of the career I wish to pursue,” Krishna shares. 

FCCLA provides amazing opportunities for every student; all are encouraged to join the club. 

“Don’t be afraid to ask questions and reach out to us officers, we’re always excited to help you,” Krishna says.

For more information on FCCLA, follow them on Instagram at @cen10.fccla.