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Adviser Assistance

Adviser Essential Webinar Series .pdf

Introduction to FCCLA .pdf

Starting a Chapter .pdf 

FCS Curriculum - Idaho -link

FCS Standards - National -link


Lesson Plans Index FCS -link

National FCCLA

National Programs .pdf

National Spotlight Projects Ideas -link

Officers - Position Descriptions .pdf

Professional Development Opportunities -link

Resource List



Click on the form below to register for your District STAR Events, fill out the form and print two copies. Keep one for yourself and send the other to your District STAR Events Coordinator.

  District STAR Event Registration form

Instructions for STAR Event Registration

PowerPoint Instructions for STAR Events Registration

STAR Events State Attendance form

District STAR Event Directors

  District I:
District II:
District III:
Kesia Cissé
Royce Grassl
Josh Vincent
District IV:
District V:
District VI:


The Idaho FCCLA State Leadership Conference and FCCLA National Leadership Conference are excellent opportunities for members to convey to others the positive and professional image of Idaho FCCLA. Members’ behavior in the hotel and throughout the State and National Leadership Conferences maybe the only image others in the hotel and host city may ever have of our organization. Student conduct and dress should contribute to the positive and professional image of Idaho FCCLA.

Advisers are responsible for enforcing the dress policy with their students. Delegates not adhering to the dress policy will not be admitted into conference sessions.

You may click here to go to directly to the FCCLA store if you would like to shop for officially branded apparel. Chapters are welcome to purchase/ embroider their own polo/oxford shirts following FCCLA guidelines.

Thank you for your cooperation and support in putting forth a positive image of Idaho FCCLA throughout the State and National Leadership Conferences!

Appropriate attire for
General Sessions, Workshops, and STAR Recognition Sessions

  • Females
  • Males
  • Advisers, Chaperones, Guests
• Red, black, or white polo or oxford shirt (long or short sleeves)
• Black dress slacks or khaki pants (no capris or shorts)
• Black or khaki skirts – no shorter than 2 inches above the knee
• Dress shoes or sandals
• Jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear are NOT included
• Red, black, or white polo or oxford shirt (long or short sleeves)
• Black dress slacks or khaki pants (no shorts)
• Dress shoes
• Jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear are NOT included
• Business casual
• Jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear are NOT included

EXCEPTION:Culinary Arts participants are welcome to wear their Chef’s Attire during the STAR Events Recognition Sessions.

Appropriate attire for
STAR Events Participants / Idaho Events Participants

Follow event specifications for dress, and wear appropriate clothing for the nature of the presentation

Unacceptable Attire at FCCLA sessions

• Skin-tight or revealing clothing
• Midriff-baring clothing
• Extremely short skirts (shorter than 2 inches above the knee)
• Clothing with printing that is suggestive, obscene or promotes illegal substances
• Athletic clothing
• Swimwear
• Rubber, beach type flip flops
• Night wear (pajamas) should not be worn outside of your hotel room



You can find a tremendous amount of information on the FCCLA National website. Here are links to some areas that are used quite frequently:

  Chapter Affiliation

STAR Events Infomation

Contact Information


  • Additional FCCLA Lesson Plans and Activities are available for download on the Programs tab of the national FCCLA website.
  • Other FCCLA Resources and Program Guides are ordered through the online store on the national website.
  • FCCLA offers interdisciplinary programs that address a variety of learning styles, from individual projects to team projects and cooperative learning activities. The key to success in starting a new chapter lies with integrating FCCLA into the Family and Consumer Sciences curriculum and classroom. FCCLA programs and activities meet Idaho PTE Standards.
  • FCCLA Resources CDs connect to Family and Consumer Sciences curriculum.