Board Honors High School Club and Program Leaders

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During the district’s Board of Education meeting on April 6, eight Elwood-John H. Glenn High School students were recognized for creating new clubs at the schooll, while guidance counselor Adrienne Nasser was honored for her commitment and dedication to the Freshmen Buddies program.

Principal Carisa Burzynski spoke about the importance of students taking the initiative to create new clubs that fit their interests if they already do not exist. The high school recently added a Fashion Club founded Ashley Engers and Brandon Schindlar, a Poetry Club founded by Emily Marchetti and Justin Starr, a Table Tennis Club founded by David Hermanns and Derek Lee, and a Unity with Diversity Club founded by Cacharel Coach and Meagan St. Aubain.

Each student was called up and received a certificate for their contribution and leadership skills in organizing one of these new and exciting clubs for students.  

In addition, Ms. Nasser was praised for her outstanding work in making the new Freshmen Buddies program a success.

“Like the true dedicated and reliable professional that she is, Ms. Nasser helped me from start to finish to bring the Freshmen Buddies program to fruition,” said Principal Burzynski. “Among other things, she organized meetings, revised documents, set up interviews, and kept track of all the applications and essays. She did this all on a purely voluntary basis.”

Congratulations to all and thank you for your dedication to Elwood-John H. Glenn High School!