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Student Leadership

Margaret Paul
Dear families,
 
 
Leadership in the LREI high school takes many forms, and as we near the end of trimester 2, which marks the end of the classroom experiences for the class of 2022, we want to highlight the work of student leaders this year, and jumpstart the possibilities for student leaders as we move toward the 2022-2023 school year.
 
 
Last week we held an annual event known as #ItHappensHereDay, a day of student-led workshops exploring issues around diversity, equity, identity, and belonging. More than 40 10th-12th graders helped to plan the day and lead workshops, and their work exemplifies the type of leadership we are modeling at LREI . . . collaborative, community-minded, creative, and courageous acts on behalf of our school. Please see below for the list of workshops that students engaged in throughout the day:

 
 
In a few weeks our seniors will transition into their independent Senior Projects, and our 9th through 11th graders will feel the slight shift that happens in the spring as they move closer to being 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. During the spring we will be talking to students about the leadership opportunities that are open for the 2022-2023 school year, and advisors will engage in conversations with students about their personal goals and plans. We encourage you to review the list below, and have some home conversations about your students plans and goals as well.

12th Grade Opportunities:
Admissions Leadership Council
Admissions Ambassadors
Affinity Group Leaders
Engage for Change Leadership Team
#ItHappensHere Planning Committee
#ItHappensHere Workshop Leaders
Peer Leaders
Sports Captains
Student Government: Executive Board & Class Representatives
X-Block Leaders

11th Grade Opportunities: 
Admissions Ambassadors
Affinity Group Leaders
Engage for Change Committee Leaders
#ItHappensHere Planning Committee
#ItHappensHere Workshop Leaders
Sports Captains
Student Government: Executive Board & Class Representatives
X-Block Leaders

10th Grade Opportunities:
Admissions Ambassadors
Engage for Change Committee Leaders
#ItHappensHere Workshop Leaders
Student Government: Class Representatives
X-Block Leaders


We end our note today by thanking our student leaders for the 2021-2022 school year. While we will have many chances to celebrate them in person, we want to acknowledge the hard work and commitment all of our student leaders have put in this year–we are a better community because of you.
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