Chardon High School Model United Nations Participated in Autumn Conference Sponsored by Cleveland Council on World Affairs

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The Chardon High School Model United Nations club recently participated in the Autumn Conference put on by the Cleveland Council on World Affairs at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association.  The club competed against over fifteen area schools with over 400 total students participating.  CHS team members participated in multiple committees, discussing various international topics. Connor Prusha took on a leadership role by chairing the High Commission for Refugees. Bringing home Honorable Mention honors for their work on the Economic and Social Council were Grace Kilfoyle and Jason Tysl. Jason also received the highly-coveted Gavel Award, given to the best overall delegate of the committee.   All in all, Chardon did a great job and the team looks forward to preparing for the next conferences this February and March. Club Advisor is high school Social Studies teacher, Michael Mosnik.

Pictured In Cover Photo:  Chardon High School Model UN team members Jason Tysyl and Grace Kilfoyle brought home Honorable Mention honors for their work on the Economic and Social Council at the Model UN Autumn Conference put on by the Cleveland Council on World Affairs. Jason was also awarded the highly-coveted Gavel Award, given to the best overall delegate of the committee.

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