MHS students gain state CTE leadership

By The Mercury

Manhattan High students were named to various state leadership positions in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.

Siera Haug, a MHS sophomore, was named the 2013-2014 Kansas FCCLA Vice President of Public Relations. She said she is very excited about the opportunity of serving members across the state of Kansas, and representing the state at this year’s National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tenn. Siera is the daughter of Jerry and Diane Haug of Manhattan.

Kansas FCCLA also supports a state level peer education team that splits into 4 different groups to educate teenagers about FCCLA National Programs across the state.

Kristen Fraley and Shaylyn Hubbell, also MHS sophomores, were named to the 2013-2014 Kansas Peer Education Team.

Kristen and Shaylyn were selected as members of the Families First program team. The FCCLA Families First is a national peer education program through which youth gain a better understanding of how families work and learn skills to become strong family members. Kristen is the daughter of Bill and Darla Fraley. Shaylyn is the daughter of Neal and Audrey Hubbell of Manhattan.

Manhattan FCCLA members will be attending the State Leadership Conference in Wichita in early April, where Siera, Kristen, and Shaylyn will be officially installed in their positions.

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