FCCLA Curriculum Resources
Curriculum Projects with Guidelines and Rubrics
STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) are competitive events in which members work on proficiency and occupational preparation.
Here are examples of STAR Events and Skills Demonstration for different teaching topics:
Nutrition / Foods:
Child / Human Development:
Chapter Service Project
National Programs in Action
Textiles / Interior Design
FCCLA has developed curriculums in areas related to FCCLA National Programs. Each National Program comes with a wealth of engaging resources, including lesson plans, activities, and project ideas carefully curated for seamless integration into classrooms. Pennsylvania FCCLA has purchased curriculums through a grant. Contact our state facilitator Mrs. Nadine Standley for more information. Some curriculums are automatically added to your affiliation portal under Resources in the accordion Purchased Publications.
In the PDE Standards Alignment System, there is a FCCLA module about what is FCCLA and how to use it in your classroom.
Connect with another FCS teacher through the Pennsylvania FCS Peer Mentor Program. The Goal of the Mentor Partnership is to provide new Family and Consumer Sciences Educators with peer support from experienced Family and Consumer Sciences Educators during the school year.
The FCS Peer Mentor Partnership in Pennsylvania is being coordinated by the Center for Career and Technical Personnel Preparation at IUP along with the PA FCS State Action Team and the National Partnership for Recruiting, Preparing, and Supporting FCS Educators.
Please contact Michelle Tweardy (email@example.com) for more details.