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McGovern elected state officer of FCCLA
Mar 03, 2011 | 502 views | 1 1 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Woodsboro High School student Cheyenne McGovern has been elected as a state officer for the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA).

She will be interviewed by the state nominating committee for an office in April. She is currently serving as the vice-president of projects for Region IV FCCLA.

Cheyenne received extensive leadership training at Camp Allen, Navasota, from June 7-12, 2010. She was also a delegate to the National leadership conference in Chicago, Ill. for a week-long opportunity to participate in workshops, leadership training and gather information for planning and carrying out the Region IV FCCLA Leadership Conference. Cheyenne also represented Region IV at the Region V Conference in Corpus Christi by assisting with STAR events and other communications.

As Region IV vice president of projects, Cheyenne presented a slide show at the FCCLA Leadership Conference in Galveston on Feb. 16-19. The conference at the Galveston Convention Center was attended by 1,300 FCCLA members and featured Gabe Salazar as the motivational speaker.

Cheyenne is one of 15 youths representing Texas FCCLA state officers at the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif. July 10-16. She will also attend and lead many workshops for region officers as well as plan the State FCCLA Leadership Conference to in Dallas in April, 2012.

The WHS student has been recognized for her STAR Event Chapter Showcase displays on the state level for two consecutive years. Other school activities in which she participates include district prose, accounting and science, Regional UIL in prose, one-act play, National Honor Society, Eagle Band as a section leader and first chair flute, BPA, S.N.O.W., and G.Y.P.S.Y. organizations.

She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGovern of Woodsboro.

Edith Bujnoch is the Family and Consumer Science teacher and FCCLA advisor at Woodsboro Junior/Senior High School.
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March 04, 2011
Congratulations to Miss McGovern and Mrs. Bujnoch. Too bad WISD is laying off Mrs. Bujnoch after she built a succesful program in a short amount of time.