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2019-2020 FCCLA Officer Election

Teacher Evaluation
To ensure that we have the best candidates for our Talawanda/Butler Tech FCCLA officer team, we are asking
each student to have 2 teachers evaluate them on the criteria below. For each section, please score the student
on a scale of 0 to 5. Giving a 5 shows that the candidate displays all listed traits and excels in that area. A score
of 0 shows that the candidate displays few to none of the listed traits and does not meet the requirements for that
section.

Student’s Name: _________________________________________________________

Teacher’s Name: _________________________________________________________

________ 1. Character

 Students displays morals when making decisions and in conversations with classmates.
 Student is honest and trustworthy.
 Student is capable of working alone and finding a topic that interest them.
 Student possesses adequate communication skills.

________ 2. Responsibility

 Student turns in work on time.


 Student has good attendance to class
 Student makes arrangements for make-up work or test if absent and keeps their end of the agreement.

________ 3. Maturity

 Student can handle pressure.


 Student is capable of starting and participating in an intelligent, mature conversation with both students
and adults.
 Student is able to accept consequences for his or her irresponsible behavior.
 Student is able to take orders from both adults and peers without arguing or disagreement.

________ 4. Leadership

 Student is able and willing to lead a group in a project.


 Student is capable of encouraging and helping others.
 Student is able to work cooperatively in a large group.

COMMENTS:

Please return to Mrs. Gregory’s mailbox by May 3, 2019


Thank you for your time and consideration!!!
2019-2020 FCCLA Officer Election
Officer Evaluation
To ensure that we have the best candidates for our Talawanda/Butler Tech FCCLA officer team, we are asking
each student to have 2 current officers evaluate them on the criteria below. For each section, please score the
student on a scale of 0 to 5. A 5 shows that the candidate displays all listed traits and excels in that area. A
score of 0 shows that the candidate displays few to none of the listed traits and does not meet the requirements
for that section.

Student’s Name: _________________________________________________________

Officer’s Name: _________________________________________________________

________ 1. Character

 Students displays morals when making decisions and in conversations with peers
 Student is honest and trustworthy.
 Student is capable of working as a team member
 Student possesses adequate communication skills.

________ 2. Responsibility

 Student follows through with responsibilities


 Student has good attendance to meeting
 Student makes arrangements if unable to follow through with responsibilities

________ 3. Maturity

 Student can handle pressure.


 Student is capable of starting and participating in an intelligent, mature conversation with both students
and adults.
 Student is able to accept consequences for his or her irresponsible behavior.
 Student is able to take orders from both adults and peers without arguing or disagreement.

________ 4. Leadership

 Student is able and willing to lead a group in a project.


 Student is capable of encouraging and helping others.
 Student is able to work cooperatively in a large group.

COMMENTS:

Please return to Mrs. Gregory by May 3, 2019


Thank you for your time and consideration!!!
Talawanda H.S./Butler Tech FCCLA Officer Application
(Please print or type)

Name: ______________________________________________ Grade (this year) _________

FCCLA Leadership Position will be determined by score, highest has first choice then so on:

Write a short paragraph telling why you would like to be an FCCLA Officer.

What activities and accomplishments in school, community groups, and other organization have you
done or had. (Example: offices held, sports, other clubs/groups, etc.)

Why have you become involved in FCCLA?

What kind of plans do you have for FCCLA in the future?

What personal qualities do you have that would help you to be a good officer?
FCCLA Involvement:
National:

State:

Local:

Community Service: (In FCCLA and Outside FCCLA)

Will you have your own transportation or other transportation next year?

Will you be taking a class with Mrs. Gregory or willing to be an aide next year?

Are you willing/able to go to Leadership Camp in October?


2019-2020 Talawanda H.S./Butler Tech FCCLA
Officer Candidate Interview

Student Name: ______________________________________________________________

For each of the questions below, rate the candidate on the following scale:
5= Excellent
4= Above Average
3= Average
2= Below Average
1= Needs Improvement

1. Why do you want to be an officer for the Talawanda/Butler Tech. FCCLA? ________

2. What has been your greatest accomplishment? ________

3. Give an example of a time when you used your leadership skills. ________

4. What are 3 words that describe you? ________

5. What do you enjoy most about being in FCCLA? ________

6. How can you, as an officer, help promote FCCLA to others in the school,
Community, etc.? ________

7. What is your greatest strength? ________

8. Who is your role model? Why? ________

9. As an officer, you’ll provide direction to the FCCLA. What changes would


you like to see made in the coming year? ________

10. What goals do you have for the future? ________

TOTAL: ________
FCCLA Officer Application Evaluation
Candidate: __________________________________________________

Criteria 5 3 1 Score
Completeness Answers are One part of Several parts of
complete and the application is not application are not
application is complete, or complete, and
typed application is not application is not
typed typed
Why do you want Answer is Answer Answer is not
to be an officer? thoughtful, demonstrates a thoughtful,
genuine, creative, moderate degree genuine, creative,
and well written of though, or written
genuineness,
creativity, and is
somewhat well
written
Why have you Answer is Answer Answer is not
become involved thoughtful, demonstrates a thoughtful,
in FCCLA? genuine, creative, moderate degree genuine, creative,
and well written of though, or written
genuineness,
creativity, and is
somewhat well
written
What kind of Answer is Answer Answer is not
plans do you thoughtful, demonstrates a thoughtful,
have for FCCLA genuine, creative, moderate degree genuine, creative,
in the future? and well written of though, or written
genuineness,
creativity, and is
somewhat well
written
FCCLA Has participated in Has participated in Has not
Involvement at least 3 chapter at least 3 chapter participated in at
activities and 1 activities but less least 3 activities at
activity at the state than 1 activity at the chapter level
or national level the state or (regardless of # of
national level state and national
activities)
Community Has participated in Has participated in Has participated in
Service at least 4 2-3 community less than 2
(Inside or community service activities community
Outside of service activities service activities
FCCLA)
TOTAL SCORE
I hereby agree that if I am elected to the 2019-2020 Talawanda H.S./Butler Tech Officer Team,
I will carry out the duties of my office as they are to be done. I realize that I am expected to
attend all meetings. I will help lead our chapter to new levels of success.

__________________________________________________
Student Signature

__________________________________________________
Print Name

I understand that my son/daughter is running in an election to be an officer of the Talawanda


H.S./Butler Tech FCCLA. I also understand that my child is expected to be at all executive
council meetings of the Talawanda H.S./Butler Tech FCCLA. By signing below, I recognize
that my son/daughter is ready to take the responsibilities that are associated with being an
officer, and I will support him/her in his endeavor.

__________________________________________________
Parent Signature

__________________________________________________
Print Name
Talawanda H.S./Butler Tech FCCLA Chapter Officer Information and Application
Thank you for your interest in serving as an officer for the Talawanda H.S./Butler Tech FCCLA
Chapter! Serving as a chapter officer is an exciting and rewarding experience. The following information will
help you to understand the duties of the chapter FCCLA officers, as well as of each specific office. If you have
any further questions, contact a current officer or Mrs. Gregory.

Here is some information about the officer election procedures, the officers and Mrs. Gregory came up
with some requirements for incoming officers, deadlines and the percentage of each part of the election process.
Requirements:
 Have to be in Mrs. Gregory’s class or ask to be an aide ALL year
 Attend the officer retreat during the summer. (date and location picked by
incoming officers)
 Have to have transportation, either drive or have a ride
 Be willing to attend Leadership Camp in October
 Be able to commit to after-school meetings and activities
 Serve as chairman on at LEAST one event
 Sell at LEAST five items during at least 3 fundraisers
 Achieve at LEAST 300 FCCLA points during the year
 To have or obtain your Power of One
Deadlines:
 Pass out applications Thursday April 11, 2019
 Collect applications Wednesday May 1, 2019
 Teacher and Officer evaluations are due by Friday May 3, 2019
 Interview will be held Wednesday May 8, 2019
Percentages:
 Application 25%
 Interview 35%
 Mrs. Gregory’s Evaluation 20%
 Officer Evaluations 10%
 Teacher Evaluations 10%

Chapter officers serve a vital function in the FCCLA organization. By taking a major leadership role,
these students grow from the experience and benefit the chapter. It should be the officers’ goal to lead by
example and encourage other members to participate in chapter activities.
All FCCLA leaders can give their best by:
 Being cooperative and dependable;
 Working closely with other officers, committee chairs and members in carrying out
chapter plans;
 Being a team player;
 Working closely with chapter adviser;
 Being familiar with basic parliamentary procedure;
 Respecting and involving other members;
 Participating in both executive council meetings and chapter meetings;
 Being an affiliated member;
 Being familiar with state and national FCCLA publications;
 Participating in regular chapter evaluations;
 Being informed about the organization and its opportunities;
 Being familiar with chapter, state and national bylaws.
 Be role models to members.
Below are the offices for the 2019-2020 Talawanda H.S./Butler Tech FCCLA Chapter. Following each
office is a brief description of what each position is responsible for.

President:
 Works with executive council and the adviser to develop an agenda for each meeting
 Presides at executive council meetings
 Uses basic parliamentary procedure at meetings
 Helps the group make decisions through member participation
 Knows the duties of all officers and committee chairs and keeps them informed of all chapter
business
 Starts meetings on time and keeps them moving along
 May represent chapter at special school events
 Coordinates chapter activities with other officers, advisers, and members
 Provides an opportunity for all members to express ideas and share responsibilities

Vice President:
 Strive to see that our programs stimulate interest among all members and helps to interpret the
family and consumer science program to the school and community
 Assist the president when necessary
 Help members and officers carry out worthwhile projects
 Involve all members in project activities
 Assist the president and assume duties and responsibilities in their absence

Secretary:
 Keeps an accurate, complete secretary’s record of all executive council meetings and activities,
recording what was done
 Types all minutes in a timely fashion
 Makes minutes available to the members by reading, posting or circulating them
 Makes minutes of previous meetings, list of committees and copies of chapter activity calendar,
bylaws and chapter handbook available for chapter members
 Keeps a record of persons present at executive council meetings and keeps a current list of
affiliated members
 Reminds president of any unfinished business prior to next meeting
 Handles official correspondence for chapter and executive council, including thank-you notes to
speakers and other chapter supporters when appropriate
 Helps distribute membership cards to those who have paid dues

Treasurer:
 Keeps an accurate record of all chapter income noting date received, source and amount
 Keeps an accurate record and receipts for all money paid out to whom paid and amount
 Prepares and presents a treasures report for each business meeting
 Uses safe business procedures, working closely with the chapter adviser, to manage chapter
funds
 Works with fundraising and program committees to prepare a chapter budget. Presents tentative
budget and fundraising plans for chapter approval
Vice President of Programs:
 Serve as chairperson of the program of work committee
 Create opportunities for all members to participate in carrying out our program of work
 Introduce programs each month

Vice President of Membership


 Keep an accurate record of all activities and award points to members based on the chapter set
point system
 Serve as assistant to the Public Relation officer and help compile the chapter newsletter
 Help develop worthwhile membership standards and encourage and promote membership
 Compile membership list for state and national offices

Vice President of State and National Programs:


 Shall be responsible for creating interesting in and promoting State and National Programs
 Be responsible for planning our chapter’s participation in state and national projects
 Plan activities for each day of FCCLA Week
 Help promote STAR Events
 Hold an Information STAR Event Meeting, Complete STAR Event Forms to send in.
 Promote state and national projects.
 Maintain Power of One records.
 Assist peer education members in planning chapter activities.

Vice President of Service Learning:


 Provide leadership in planning and implementing service learning projects
 Provide information on the current State and National Outreach Project
 Research and promote the State and National Outreach Project
 Report on the Executive Council members’ service hours
 Help promote students keeping track of hours on the state portal

Vice President of Public Relations:


 Coordinates chapter communication/public relation efforts- Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
 Publicizes chapter meetings and events in both the school and community with the help of the
public relations committee
 Writes news releases and articles for school paper, local newspapers and state national FCCLA
publications, supplies photos to illustrate articles
 Keeps state and national offices informed of chapter activities by sending articles to state
newsletter and Teen Times editor
 Responsible for taking pictures at all the events
 HELP COMPILE A CHAPTER NEWSLETTER ONCE A MONTH
 Keep records of chapter activities.
 Prepare and submit the Outstanding Chapter Application

Executive Council Member:

 Be informed about the FCCLA organization.


 Know the parts in the FCCLA ceremonies.
 Encourage members to take part in projects and activities.
 Serve as committee chairpersons
 Help all officers when needed
2019-2020 FCCLA Officer Election
Mrs. Gregory’s Evaluation
To ensure that we have the best candidates for our Talawanda/Butler Tech FCCLA officer team, we are asking
each student to have Mrs. Gregory evaluate them on the criteria below. For each section, please score the
student on a scale of 0 to 5. A 5 shows that the candidate displays all listed traits and excels in that area. A
score of 0 shows that the candidate displays few to none of the listed traits and does not meet the requirements
for that section.

Student’s Name: _________________________________________________________

________ 1. Character

 Students displays morals when making decisions and in conversations with classmates.
 Student is honest and trustworthy.
 Student is capable of working alone and finding a topic that interest them.
 Student possesses adequate communication skills.

________ 2. Responsibility

 Student turns in work on time.


 Student has good attendance to class
 Student makes arrangements for make-up work or test if absent and keeps their end of the agreement.

________ 3. Maturity

 Student can handle pressure.


 Student is capable of starting and participating in an intelligent, mature conversation with both students
and adults.
 Student is able to accept consequences for his or her irresponsible behavior.
 Student is able to take orders from both adults and peers without arguing or disagreement.

________ 4. Leadership

 Student is able and willing to lead a group in a project.


 Student is capable of encouraging and helping others.
 Student is able to work cooperatively in a large group.

COMMENTS:
FCCLA OFFICER SCORE SHEET

Name: _____________________________________

Application- 25% ________________

Interview- 35% ________________

Mrs. Gregory’s Evaluation-20% ________________

Officer Evaluations-10% ________________

Teacher Evaluations-10% ________________

TOTAL: ________________

*The total points on each item will be used to determine the percentage
points awarded to each candidate.

Officer Position: ________________________________________