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Student leadership: Becoming better leaders

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[/media-credit] The class is working on becoming better leaders. Their class motto is ‘To become a better leader, one must first become a better servant!’
Student leadership is taking a more active role in promoting student involvement this school year. Please return to read about how FC students are actively learning, serving and promoting teen events on and off campus in this bi-weekly article series.

The class is working on becoming better leaders. Their class motto is ‘To become a better leader, one must first become a better servant!’ Student leadership is working on building relationships with the student body and making leadership, a leadership not a dictatorship.

Helping with the involvement, the class will begin to set up lunch time activities and start ten minute break activities, Sept. 22. The activities will continue on during the year, the class hopes to make this a tradition at the school.

Homecoming week is approaching, Oct. 27-31. The class is starting to plan out the theme and days attire for dress up that week.

Each class needs to build a float for homecoming week, all classes will need a trailer to hold their float on and a location to keep the trailer. The trailer will have to be able to be transported from the location to the school.

The homecoming nominees for freshman princesses are Jenna Bynum, Erin Wilson, and Olivia Messer; for sophomores, Sydney Belmont, Jennifer King, and Hannah Nale; for juniors, Macy Mascarenes, Chloe Mueller, and Claire Kollenklark. For our queens, Gaby Siqueiros, Elise Winegarden, Ivette Ibarra, Callista Fries, and Mikayla Miller. Our kings are Collin Winegarden, Aaron DeWolf, Chris Grossman, Nick Fontes and Jordan Castro.

Hannah Nale,’17, has been nominated for the second year and is looking forward to dressing up and getting to know the other nominees.

“I get to know the nominees when we are in the princess pageant and are embarrassed together,” Nale said. “To me, its just another level of friendship. I look forward to dressing up because its fun to take time to do something you don’t normally do.”

For the families new to FC, there will be a new family dinner held, Sept. 23. The dinner will be put on by the leadership students that night.

See you at the pole is, Sept. 24, at 7 a.m., will be put on by Robert Foshee. Prayer will be said for our school, other schools, the country, and our leaders, and any other needed prayer.

The second class meeting will be, Sept. 23 led by Chris Grossman,’15, the student body president. Brooklynn Ainley,’17, has been in leadership for two years and thinks things are running a lot different.

“The meeting are a lot longer and we have more time to discuss things and get everything organized,”Ainley said. “As a class we sit in a square so we are all facing each other, I think sitting that way is a better way to interact with everyone.”

Inviting all FC grandparents, Grandparents Day will be, Oct.3 from 8 a.m.- 12:25 p.m.. Lunch will be provided from the school. Shuttle services will be available in parking lots ‘A’ and ‘F’.

Isabelle Anderson’s masquerade dinner will be, Oct. 4 at 5 p.m, which anyone can attend. Anderson has a rare case of brain cancer and has gone through six weeks of radiation treatment. The dinner’s purpose is to raise money for the Anderson family. If unable to attend that evening, please donate money to the organization.

For more news, read the Sept. 22 article, BRIEF: See You at The Pole, Sept. 24.

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