Welcome to Mrs. Johnson's
Family and Consumer Science
Sherrie Johnson 1st Oklahoma Winner for
Farmers Insurance $100,000 Grant to renovate
Clinton High School’s FACS Ed Foods Lab.
1 of 5 National $100,000 winners for 2017
Agriculture Radio Broadcaster Trent Loos
interviewed Sherrie Johnson on his talk show
broadcast in 7 states aired Dec. 14 about how
she integrated agriculture in the classroom and
how she will renovate the foods lab.
*Upcoming article by the OK State Dept. of
Agriculture and on their Social Media about
Ag in the Classroom
*High Plains Journal – 2 nice ½ page articles
about the $100,000 grant circulating from Texas
to North Dakota and other Central US states.
Just image if we had "FACS" (Home Ec) teacher who was very passionate about agriculture, oh wait you don't have to image her name is Sherrie Johnson and Clinton High has recently been awarded $100,000 for her efforts. Today on Rural Route Radio you will feel, hear and love the passion she has.
Upcoming FCCLA Events
Aug. Back to school Event for members and newbies
Sept. Tailgate party with Woodward FCCLA
12th LEAD meeting for CHS FCCLA officers in Lawton
District Leadership Mtg. Altus
Oct. Fall activity TBD
Nov. Thanksgiving Dinner
Dec. Mystery Christmas Dinner
Jan. Trip to YMCA
Feb. Regional STAR Events
Volunteer Opportunity at Regional
Food Bank OKC
Nat’l FCCLA Week
March State FCCLA STAR Events in Stillwater
April State FCCLA Leadership Conference OKC
June: District Officer Camp @ Tulakoggee
July: National Leadership Conf. and Competition
CHS NATIONAL FCCLA WINNERS
2019 Silver Metalist- Interior Design Scenario
2018 1st Place Interior Design Test
2017 2nd Place Fashion Sketch
2016 Silver Medalist
Recycle & Redesign Jr.
San Diego, CA
2014 Silver Medalist
2013 Silver Medalist
2012 Gold Medalist
Jr. Recycle & Redesign
WHO WILL BE THE 2019-2020
CHS NATIONAL FCCLA
CHS FCCLA members volunteer
at Rock n' Box Regional Food Bank.
This school year marks the 6th year
CHS FCCLA has facilitated an
Oklahoma Regional Food Bank
sponsored FoodPantry located in
our high school! We were one of the
first 40 schools in the state to
be qualified to have an "in-school"
pantry.Over 20,000 pounds of food
has beendistributed to our students
in grade s9-1 2 and their families in a
5-6 year period. In 2014 over 142
students obtained food from our pantry.
Besides ordering, stocking and
distributing food, our FCCLA members
volunteer each year at Oklahoma's
Regional Food Bank as our way of
saying thank you and for helping us
"Pay it Forward" to those children
and teens who are hungry.
Our Pantry would not be possible
without the help of Marran Tisdal.
Thanks Marian for your dedication &
support of our CHS FCCLA run food
See Mrs. Johnson
if you need to go shopping!
Remember: Who you are,
really makes a difference!