STAR Events

Students Taking Action with Recognition (STAR) Events are Competitive

Events in which members compete at the region/district, state, and national

level and are recognized for proficiency and achievement in chapter and

individual projects, leadership skills, and career preparation. STAR Events

allow students to compete individually or as a team. There are more than

30 STAR Events students can choose to compete in, all which

recognize participants who demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and abilities

to actively identify an issue concerning families, careers, or communities,

research the topic, and develop and implement a project to advocate for

positive change.

STAR Events offer individual skill development and application of learning through the following activities:

  • Cooperative - teams work to accomplish specific goals

  • Individualized - an individual member works alone to accomplish specific goals

  • Competitive - individual or team performance is measured by an established set of criteria

STAR Events are grouped into Foundational, Leadership, Career Focused, and Online Events.

Some events begin at the district, regional, or state level.  See advisor for specific list regarding which event you are interested in, and what dates it begins.

  • District Competitive (STAR) Events include those competitions that begin at the district level.  1 Day.

  • Regional Competitive (STAR) Events include competitors who are eligible from district competition, or their contest begins at regionals.

  • State Competitive (STAR) Events competitors’ eligible from regional competition or contests that begin at state contest. 1-3 Days.

  • Skill Demonstration Events provide opportunities for FCCLA members to demonstrate college- and career-readiness skills in Family and Consumer Sciences and related occupations. These competitions take place at FCCLA’s National Fall Conference. For more information

 

 

Dress at FCCLA Events

 

Official dress consists of: 

  • Red blazer - FCCLA patch on the lower left pocket

  • Black skirt or slacks 

  • White button down shirt

  • Coordinating tie 
          OR

  • Black Sheath Dress with Single Strand Pearls

  • Black closed toe dress shoes

Mandatory meeting attire:

  • Red, black, or white polo or oxford shirt (long or short sleeves) 

  • Black dress slacks/pants/capris (no shorts or leggings) 

  • Black skirts – no shorter than 2 inches above the knee 

  • Jeans, t-shirts, athletic wear are NOT acceptable 

STAR Event Participants: 

All STAR Events participants must be in official dress.

*Exception: Culinary Arts participants are welcome to wear their chef’s attire during the STAR Events Medal Session.

Oklahoma FCCLA Dress Code Video

Oklahoma FCCLA Orientation for Competitive Events Video