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Raikes’ passion for FCCLA, teaching ‘an asset’ for WCHS

When Sarah Raikes first arrived at Washington County High School in 2000, the family and consumer science program — then still being called home economics — was in trouble.

There were only six members involved in the school’s struggling Family, Career and Community Leaders of America organization.

But Raikes, who had spent the previous 13 years teaching what is now known as family and consumer science at Campbellsville High School, looked forward to the challenge of rejuvenating the program.