LAHS students make a difference

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A group of 15 students from Los Alamos High School attended the Family Career Community Leaders of America State Leadership meeting last month in Albuquerque.
FCCLA is a national student organization that is dedicated to equipping young men and women to become leaders while making a difference in the lives of families, careers, and communities across the nation by addressing important personal, work and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education.
The following students excelled in their respective S.T.A.R. events, developing skills through practical applications:
Destiny Velasquez and Maria Trujillo — Focus on Children — Bronze Medal
Amanda Ponce and Katie Turner — Crudites Tray —Silver Medal
Santiago Martinez, Morgan Osborn, Scheliah Mayson- Culinary Arts- Silver Medal
Taylor Pomeroy- Chapter Banner- Bronze Medal
Zach Dreicer- Illustrated Talk- Silver Medal
Rebecca Flavin- Crudites Tray- Silver Medal  
Morgan Osborn- Chapter Creed-Silver Medal
In addition, Michael Salazar, a junior at Los Alamos High School, was nominated to represent New Mexico at the National Leadership Conference.