Hearne FCCLA shines on the catwalk
The annual fashion show put on by the Hearne FCCLA classes was a smorgasbord of fashion, free prizes and fun for all ages. Students are encouraged to dress up in one of several categories and strut their stuff on the catwalk. From casual wear to formal wear, the students and future students of Hearne ISD showed grace, poise and more than a little sassy as they walked the catwalk for family and friends.
This year students also had a chance to show off next year’s uniform dress in several versions. The students showed the variety of options available to students to dress up or down their uniforms next year. The dress code will be more uniform, but the parents, teachers and students who helped form the dress code wanted to give students and parents some variety when choosing clothing options. Shorts, pants or knee-length skirts in either khaki or black can be matched with maroon or white button up shirts. Polo shirts or oxford shirts are acceptable.
The FCCLA students also prepared treats as door prizes. Delicious cookies and handmade pillows were sought-after gifts for those attending the fashion show. Mrs. Rucker kept the show moving with her interesting, and sometimes funny, commentary. Mrs. Nelson was beaming with pride at her students as they walked the runway. “Every year they do so well. It’s just so much fun!” said Mrs. Nelson
Mrs. Nelson and the FCCLA students would like to thank Al’s Formal Wear and Nolan’s for donating the formal gowns and tuxedos for the fashion show and Franchesca McDaniel, Robert Salm, Rekina Franklin and Teresa Rucker for all of their help and support.