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FCCLA student project wins award

 

April 10, 2019



Three Forks Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competed at the FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Bozeman. Students from Three Forks won $2,500 from Ford Driving Skills for Life for their project "Make a Change Montana." The chapter participated in the Vision Zero grant program sponsored by the Montana Department of Transportation, Ford Driving Skills for Life, the National Highway Safety Foundation and Montana FCCLA. MDT awarded grants to sixteen schools in October to participate in the Vision Zero Project. Montana FCCLA and MDT have been working together for four years to reduce the number of teens killed in car crashes on Montana roadways.

Three Forks FCCLA Students: (Right to Left) Hannah DeLaittre, Brooklyn Hossfeld, Kalli Miller, Halee Wilson, Gabryele Veltkamp, Taylor Raffety, Carey Hansen, Morgan Carr and Falisha Dale.

The Zero Zone Team from Three Forks has been working on their project "Make a Change Montana," If you drive through Three Forks you will see signs along the Headwaters Golf Course fence and in the school parking lot which remind students to buckle up, put away distractions and slow down. In addition, students work with our agriculture and business department to construct an installation of lifesize silhouettes along the football field fence to represent the number of teens seriously injured and killed in car crashes in Montana each year.

 

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