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FHS offers Teen Leadership course

FHS offers Teen Leadership course
FHS students get involved during a Teen Leadership class.

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Floresville High School is proud to announce the creation of a new class offered to upperclassmen called Teen Leadership. Teen Leadership will combine the Link Crew program with Rachel’s Challenge in hopes of continuing in the development of character and leadership in the students of FHS.

Link Crew is a nationally recognized freshman transition program which “links” upperclassmen to groups of freshmen. The Link Crew leaders build a relationship with their “crew” of freshmen during orientation in August and then follow the freshmen through their first year of high school.

Rachel’s Challenge is a nationally recognized program focusing on Random Acts of Kindness and is inspired by the life of Rachel Scott, the first student killed at Columbine High School. Rachel wanted to touch people’s lives through random acts of kindness.

Teen Leadership will bring the two programs together and focus on Regular Acts of Kindness as seen through the students and staff of FHS. This new course aligns nicely with the district’s mission statement: At Floresville ISD, we strive to develop confident leaders and productive citizens with character and knowledge in preparation for a prosperous life.

We look forward to an exciting year of making a difference on our campus and in our community.

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