Life skills as important as algebra
Five young men at Ruston High School have not been afraid to step up to the family-focused organization’s challenges to learn cooking, parenting and leadership skills.
Until three years ago, the RHS chapter had been fairly inactive. However, participation has boosted over the last few years so much that the chapter captured the FCCLA state award last month for the largest increase in membership.
With an ever-greater emphasis on accountability and improving academic performance, students will presumably be better prepared for the work force when they graduate.