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Sunday, September 19, 2010
This week I had an FCCLA meeting. I instructed the executive counsel members what was expected of them. They were to have the meeting agenda typed and printed for the meeting along with other essential materials. Needless to say it didn't get done. I ended up being the person to conduct the meeting. After the meeting the officers were supposed to stay for additional training. They didn't. I was so over it all. Until 3 members asked what was wrong and offered to stay. They completed everything that the officers should have done. We were at the school until 8pm. I thanked them as we packed up for the night. I asked them why they stayed. They told me that FCCLA was more than a popularity contest. One student told me that she didn't care who got the credit as long as the work got done. Knowing that I have even a couple students who are that devoted to the program makes all the other stuff bearable.