The second annual FCCLA lock in is Friday, April 28, from 6 to 9 p.m and will take place at Bettendorf High School.
“The FCCLA lock in is when all members are invited to come to school after hours and participate in bonding activities,” Heidi O’Brien said.
O’Brien, senior, is looking forward to playing the game spoons and completing the teacher scavenger hunt.
“The teacher scavenger hunt is such a fun race, and the clues are always so clever,” O’Brien said.
O’Brien is also excited to be able to spend time with other members and get to know them better.
“I recommend that every FCCLA member attends [the lock in] to bond with the other members and have fun,” O’Brien said.
Erin Johnson, senior, joined FCCLA this year and is looking forward to being a part of the lock in.
“I heard about all the fun activities the group did last year, which persuaded me to join,” Johnson said.
Johnson is also looking forward to bonding with other FCCLA members and completing the teacher scavenger hunt.
“FCCLA is a great way to meet new people while volunteering and having fun. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to complete volunteer hours or make some new friends,” Johnson said.
Megan Schade, senior, is looking forward to the activities and spending time with her friends.
“I did not participate in the lock in last year, but I am excited for the teacher scavenger hunt because I think it will be a lot of fun,” Schade said.
Ashley Bodkin, junior, is looking forward to attending the lock in this year.
“My favorite activity from last year was the teacher scavenger hunt. It was really fun running around the school trying to put the clues together,” Bodkin said.
Bodkin enjoyed baking cookies last year with the other members and playing the different games.
“I would really recommend everyone in FCCLA to come, if they can, because it is a lot of fun and a great opportunity to get to know other members,” Bodkin said.