Archer High School Archer FCCLA Hosts Gwinnett County Officer Induction Ceremony

September 29, 2017

Archer High School hosted the Gwinnett County Officer Induction Ceremony on September 26th in the AHS theater. Seventy-nine officers representing ten Gwinnett County High Schools were in attendance. Special guest speaker Dustin Davis, Instructional Coach for the Academies and Career Technical Education was in attendance. Mr. Davis challenged the group to participate in all that FCCLA offers students and to stretch our personal limits and to enjoy the growth potential we hold inside us. Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson of Lawrenceville was there to join in the celebration.  State Executive Council Members Mia Hallyburton, Julia Peake, Emily Emmons, and Tatyana Mangual were in attendance as well.

Archer High School students Emily Emmons, Tatyana Mangual, and Nathaly Santibanez acted as hostesses for the evening. They led the students in the FCCLA candlelight ceremony. Each president from the schools took part in lighting a candle and explaining the purpose. Each school was honored onstage with pins and roses from their adviser. The program concluded with a everyone receiving the light of the organization in a candle light circle while repeating the FCCLA creed.  Archer FCCLA members served refreshments that all the schools provided.

 

 

Written by: Rachel Dunbar