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Hampton students shine in statewide conference

| Friday, April 13, 2018, 1:21 p.m.
Zack Boggs, Bronze Medal; Katie Orban, Gold Medal; Chelsea McClammer;  Silver Medal; Alyssa Toscano, Silver Medal; and Stephen Tabon, Silver Medal; are congratulated by Dr. Marguerite Imbarlina, Hampton High School principal, for their success at the 2018 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Conference.
Zack Boggs, Bronze Medal; Katie Orban, Gold Medal; Chelsea McClammer; Silver Medal; Alyssa Toscano, Silver Medal; and Stephen Tabon, Silver Medal; are congratulated by Dr. Marguerite Imbarlina, Hampton High School principal, for their success at the 2018 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Conference.

Five students from Hampton High School who are enrolled in the A.W. Beattie Career Center competed in a statewide conference in March. The students earned bronze, silver or gold medals for their performance in the 2018 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Conference. The FCCLA is a nonprofit, national career and technical student organization for students pursuing a Family and Consumer Sciences education.

The following Hampton students placed in the 2018 FCCLA Conference:

Zack Boggs, Culinary Arts, Bronze Medal

Katie Orban, Cake Decorating, Gold Medal

Stephen Tabon, Menu Planning, Silver Medal

Chelsea McClammer, Advocacy, Silver Medal

Alyssa Toscano, Focus on Children, Silver Medal

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