LAKELAND -- Marina Ortiz, a family and consumer science teacher at Lanier County High School, was recently recognized as a master advisor at the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America's 2005 national leadership meeting in San Diego, Calif. More than 5,200 members, advisors, alumni, and guests attended the event.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America's National Advisor Recognition Program seeks to reward outstanding local Family and Consumer Science teachers who make significant contributions to the organization. The program recognizes advisors who have been successful in leading a Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter for at least three years, who promote the organization, operate an integrated chapter with a balanced program of work and facilitate youth centered activities while keeping abreast of the issues in their field.
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