Long Island Family & Consumer Science Professionals
 
Get ready for the LIFACS
2015 Professional Development Conference
being held on March 20, 2015 at
The Culinary Institute at Riverhead.
Click here for more information
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Upcoming Events
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Feb. 25- Board Mtg.- Farmingdale
March 20- Professional Development Conference
March 30- CTE Workshop- Syosset High School


Calendar of Events

Time is running out.
 Please take a moment to nominate a worthy recipient for one of LIFACS Professionals awards. Click here for flyer.

Professional Teacher of the Year

Awarded to a current member of LI FACS Professionals recognizing excellence in the classroom and in the profession.

Professional Orchid Award

Honors a retired member of LI FACS Professionals, for outstanding contributions to the profession.

Professional Ellen Swallow Richards Award

Honors a non-member who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of Family and Consumer Science in New York State.

Professional Distinguished Service Award

Awarded to a current member of LI FACS Professionals who has made an outstanding contribution to our professional organization.

Promising New Professional Award

Awarded to a current member of LI FACS Professionals with less than 8 years of experience teaching Family and Consumer Science, recognizing excellence in the classroom or profession.

How can you incorporate CTE into your FACS program?
Join us on March 30, 2015 and find out why the CTE approval process is more essential than ever!  Click here for flyer and additional information.
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Through a service learning project, the students in the Spring 2014 Apparel Science II (FNES 226) course in the Family, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences Department at Queens College, CUNY, designed and created 19 handmade children’s dresses. In this course, students learned how to hand sew and machine sew different types of garments as they prepared for a career in fashion, textiles, or teacher education. Under the direction of Professor Jill Mayer, the students decorated the dresses with colorful ribbon and personally tagged each one with a special message. The beautiful dresses were donated to children in need at the Children’s Aid Society in Manhattan.  The Society helps children in poverty to succeed and thrive.



It has arrived. Thanks to you and your contributions, we have created the "Student Tested, Teacher Approved" cookbook for the FCS Classroom.  Your copy of the book can be purchased either by download (which includes a PDF version as well as editable documents), as a paperback, or both. Click here for a sample. Pre-orders only by using the paypal button below. Includes shipping and handling.
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