Congratulation are extended to sophomores Eli Yemzow and Anthony Scicchitano who were selected as the School District's 2016 Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) representatives. The students attended HOBY's annual seminar  held May 19 to 22 at Shippensburg University. They joined a select group of 250 other Pennsylvania students during the four-day seminar which included speakers, workshops, community service, visits to the State Capitol, and numerous other activities.
 
The curriculum for this leadership seminar is based on HOBY’s vision to motivate and empower individuals to make a positive difference within our society.HOBY believes students represent the future leaders of the world because they are young people who make a difference. Students are encouraged to realize their leadership potential and use it in their homes, schools, workplace, communities, and world by developing and understanding compassionate and effective leadership.
 
Pictured are Eli (left) and Anthony (below, seated far left) participating in activities held at the State Capitol.
 

 

 

 

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