Student attends leadership conference

  • Friday, August 29, 2014

Adara Grant, left, a student at The Georgetown School of Arts and Sciences, and Clarissa Grant, her mother who was the acting sponsor for the day, attended the South Carolina Independent School Association Junior High Summer Leadership Conference.

Adara Grant, a student at The Georgetown School of Arts and Sciences attended the South Carolina Independent School Association Junior High Summer Leadership Conference held in Orangeburg, according to Larry Watt, SCISA executive director.

Grant participated in the event for junior high school leaders, Junior Honor Society members and Junior Beta Club members in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades.

Advisors from the schools also participated in the program.

Participants learned how to conduct an effective meeting, learned correct parliamentary procedures, honed leadership skills and took part in leadership and team building exercises.

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