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More than 270 high school leaders at Northwestern for Student Council Workshop

 

High school graduates preparing to be junior counselors attending the June OASC Basic workshop June 12-17 are (from left, back row) Chloe Lehr, Taylor Piercy, Ashly Chavez, Diego Ochoa, Jack Hill, Kate Tuttle and Gracie Blubaugh; (middle row) Chabelli Mendoza, Alyssa Johnson, Addyson Lyndsey, Adrianna Newby, Madeline Camp, Lakota Tolloak and Kaylee Do; (front row) Harry Powers-president, Hannah Feurerhelm-vice president, and Breianah Peterson-secretary.

For the 13th summer, members of the Oklahoma Association of Student Councils (OASC) have gathered on Northwestern Oklahoma State University's Alva campus for BASIC, a leadership workshop, June 12-17. More than 270 high school students from across Oklahoma are attending this camp, where students engage in major skill development sessions.

Students attending for the week include high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. During the workshop, students are divided into 12 councils where they must come up with a school name, mascot, colors and a school song and chant. Students in each council...



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