Hillsboro freshman April Young will represent the school’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter at the state level in April, after receiving a gold rating in the creed contest at the FCCLA District G Students Taking Action for Recognition events Feb. 1 in Newton.
Hillsboro’s Kayla Letterman and Stephanie Abbott each received a silver rating in the contest.
Erica Frederick and Samantha Pickens of Peabody-Burns FCCLA received a silver rating for their presentation on Internet blogging in the senior illustrated talk contest at the District G events.
Naomi Coe and Shelby Wilson received bronze medals for their entry in the senior chapter showcase manual contest. Coe and Wilson gave a speech to accompany their scrapbook of the chapter’s activities for the year.
Tabitha Carrell received a bronze medal for her speech in the senior creed contest.
Coe is also the District G vice president of membership for the 2006-07 school year.