Berkshire Participates in AC4P Summit

On November 6, students from Berkshire, Chardon, Orange, Newbury, Streetsboro, Willoughby-South and Cuyahoga Heights met at Chardon High School with Virginia Tech AC4P coaches to learn about the Actively Caring for People movement.

Berkshire Participates in AC4P Summit

L to R: Bottom Row: Amber Brickell, Amber Bowman, Suzanne Koziol, Michelle Sohm, Samantha Kaser, Georgia Schiewe, Melissa Koziol

L to R: Back Row: Doug DeLong, Nikki Reid, Lauren Peterson, Megan Arnold, Hayley Scarton, Jessi Simon Samantha Hargis, Kelsey Klingman, McKenna Brown, Daniel Humes, Krystal Mechling, Michelle Paluf

Ac4p was initiated at Virginia Tech as a way to “pay it forward”. Treating other people with respect and dignity is the hallmark of AC4P. Over 100 students attended the summit.

Berkshire Participates in AC4P Summit

Berkshire senior Megan Arnold leading and ice breaker at the AC4P summit

Students from Berkshire, Chardon, and Orange presented their AC4P activities and successes that they have worked on over the past three years. Everyone participated in breakout sessions.

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