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Heather Corley

Family & Consumer Sciences

ACHS StarDawgs Cafe is open in limited capacity! Faculty & staff can order 1st-4th hours and 6th-8th hours daily. Students can order before school daily and during advisory on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Come check out our delicious hot and iced coffees, green or black chai drinks, and treats made by ACHS culinary students.

21-22 FACS Schedule

I began teaching Family & Consumer Sciences at ACHS in 2018. Prior to that I spent a few years as a substitute teacher in addition to being a consumer journalist covering baby & family. My additional duties at ACHS include FCCLA chapter adviser, Career & Technical Education Coordinator, and freshman IPS coordinator. I’ve been part of the Bulldog Booster Club for 7 years and am currently serving as co-president. Email:


  • 2020 Kansas Horizon Award Educator
  • 2021 Kansas FCCLA Novice Adviser of the Year


  • Manhattan High School 1995
  • Kansas State University (B.S. Agricultural Journalism, Horticulture) 1999
  • Emporia State University (M.S. Instructional Design & Technology, graduate certificate in e-learning & online teaching) 2015
  • ServSafe Food Safety Manager Certification 2018
  • Fort Hays State University (Transition to Teaching) 2021

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  • Chapter Member Morgan Sumner elected District H President


  • Mya Miller & Claire Hasty elected to district offices
  • Mya Miller (gold, Say Yes to FCS) & Hannah Corley (silver, Professional Presentation) qualified for national STAR Events competition 
  • Morgan Sumner, Braxton Weide, Mya Miller, & Hannah Corley qualified for state STAR Events Competition
  • National Skill Demonstration Events Competition – Claire Hasty (2nd in the nation, Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation Challenge) & Mya Miller (3rd in the nation, FCCLA Knowledge Challenge)
  • Mya Miller – Kansas FCCLA Carol Oberle Memorial Scholarship
  • Heather Corley – Kansas FCCLA Novice Adviser of the Year
  • 5 chapter members & adviser traveled to Nashville for the National Leadership Conference


  • Mya Miller elected District H President, Brayden Ackerman VP Finance, Claire Hasty VP Individual Programs
  • 8 students qualified for national STAR Events competition after placing in the top 2 at state – Mya Miller & Morgan Edens (gold, Event Management), Hershyl Corley (gold, Professional Presentation), Morgan Sumner (Silver, Hospitality, Tourism, & Recreation), Molly Comfort & Avery Sumner (silver, Sustainability Challenge), Lexi Modlin & Claire Hasty (bronze, Interpersonal Communication)
  • National Leadership Conference in Washington DC was moved to virtual platform due to COVID-19 pandemic
  • State STAR Events qualifiers – Maya Corley (gold, Sports Nutrition), Orra Lutz, Jerni Farmer & Athena Jones (bronze, Sports Nutrition), Abby Tucker (bronze, National Programs in Action), Danika Metcalfe (bronze, Career Investigation)
  • Out of 18 ACHS district STAR Events Competitors, 15 qualified to advance
  • National Fall Conference in Dallas – Morgan Edens, National Champion, Hospitality, Tourism, & Recreation Skill Demonstration Event
  • 35 students and adviser traveled to Ottawa for District H Fall Leadership Conference
  • 8 students traveled to Manhattan for Kansas Take Aim Conference

2018-19ACHS FCCLA FLC 2018

  • 3 students and adviser traveled to Anaheim, CA for National Leadership Conference. Carly Hicks sang the National Anthem at opening session with 8,000 attendees.
  • Kansas STAR Events – Emily Adams (bronze, Leadership), Kaitlyn McClain, Braxton Weide & Amie Wiesner (bronze, Chapter Service Project)
  • 9 students and adviser traveled to State Leadership Conference in Wichita
  • 9 students presented projects for district STAR Events competition in Emporia
  • 31 students traveled to Ottawa for District H Fall Leadership Conference



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