Lake/Geauga Youth Summit Leadership Training
Chardon High School’s Family and Consumer Science (FCS) Department recently sent a team of junior leaders to the Annual Lake/Geauga Youth Summit Leadership Training where they experienced a great day of bonding and learning. In addition to fundamental leadership training sessions, two nationally recognized motivational speakers, E J Carrion and Frank Kitchen, delivered high-energy presentations on student success and team building. Chardon’s leadership team will bring back to the high school ideas centered around positive social media and student empowerment. Students who attended the training included Lily Baker, Brandon Frania, Chase Kline, Devon Moses, Morgan Richard, Megan Sivula, Matt Smrdel and Mason Ziegenfuss.
National Merit Semifinalist
Congratulations to Chardon High School senior Nick Schragal, who was been named a Semi-Finalist in the 2017 National Merit® Scholarship Program. As one of approximately 15,000 high school seniors who are Semifinalists, he has an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships to be offered in March. Best of Luck Nick!
On Friday February 17th, Rob Mizen’s AC4P Leadership class from Chardon High School hosted its annual Heart-2-Heart Dance at Park Auditorium. The party was a Valentine celebration for area senior citizens, and a great way of connecting generations through dance. The photo booth props were perfect for breaking the ice between the students and seniors, and the dancing was non-stop, a true sign of a successful event A complimentary lunch was also served, courtesy of food service provider, Sodexo, Inc. Thanks to all who helped make the day such a success, including the Geauga County Department on Aging and UHHS Geauga Medical Center.
Pictured In Photos
- Pictured In Top Left Photo: CHS juniors attend the Annual Lake/Geauga Youth Summit Leadership Training
- Pictured In Bottom Left Photo: CHS senior, Nick Schragal, has been named a Semi-Finalist in the 2017 National Merit® Scholarship Program
- Pictured In Right Photo: Rob Mizen’s AC4P Leadership class from CHS hosted its annual Heart-2-Heart Dance at Park Auditorium