Archive for Wednesday, November 24, 2004

BLHS students attend state leadership training

November 24, 2004

Forty-eight students from Basehor-Linwood High School were among more than 150 to complete a Kansas Youth Leadership Academy seminar Nov. 11 in Topeka.

The Academy was developed last summer by the Center for Civic Leadership at Fort Hays State University, a division of the leadership studies department that targets non-traditional college students in leadership. After launching in June, the academy began taking Certified Leadership Trainers from school to school throughout the state to assist sixth- through 12th-graders with leadership training.

Here are the Basehor-Linwood students who participated:

Megan Arnold, junior; Breanna Beebe, sophomore; James Bishop, junior; Nikki Brandt, senior; Danielle Bray, senior; Shannon Brock, junior; Hannah Brown, junior; Cory Bunting, junior; Andy Call, junior; Amy Chrisman, senior; Michelle Chrisman, freshman; Garrett Chumley, junior; Travis Daly, junior; Ashley Douglas, sophomore; Ethan Douglas, sophomore Nicci Equels, junior; Ana Fairbank, sophomore Valerie Gunn, junior; Maggie Herbster, sophomore; Travis Inlow, freshman; Josh Ishmael, senior; Lindsey Kraemer, sophomore; Christina Laffere, sophomore; Robert Lewis, junior; Vanessa Malinowski, sophomore Toby Moody, sophomore; Tia Oelschlaeger, freshman; Lindsay Parsons, junior; Will Peterson, junior; Laura Reed, sophomore; Hannah Ross, junior; Josh Ross, sophomore; Shae Sawalich, sophomore; Erin Shore, sophomore; Michael Sobanek, sophomore; Jonathan Stahl, junior; Curtis Stapp, sophomore; Dustin Sullivan, junior; David Theodoroff, freshman; Jessica Theodoroff, junior; Joel VanderVelde, senior; Amanda Vervaecke, junior; Alex Vitt, freshman; Amanda Vitt, sophomore; Ashley Walker, junior; Dustin Weimer, junior; Ronni Webster, sophomore; Emily Wilson. Sophomore, sponsor: David Svoboda.

Other participating high schools were: Crest, Junction City, Manhattan, Mission Valley, Osawatomie, Ottawa, Rossville, Salina, Valley Center, Wabaunsee and Wamego.

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