STUGO Workshop katelyn mitchell

On Friday, April 13, StuGo met with other schools inside and outside of the community to discuss leadership, opportunities, and trade ideas to improve their leadership skills and government systems.

"This is just a fun way to get to know other people and become familiar with how their student government works," sophomore Sam Rasmussen said. "The main idea is to improve the governments in each school and be able to incorporate some of the ideas that will be shared today."

"The whole idea behind this was to communicate with other student councils to make everyone a better leader," junior Rachel Taylor said. "We have a lot of fun things planned. We have breakfast foods right now, and Chik-fil-A is catering our lunch. We have a speaker coming in, a break-out dance party, and great activities."

"I feel like this is a really unique experience for me," Malachi Archey, a freshman at Park Tutor, said. "It's really different meeting all these new people that came from different backgrounds. It's definitely something that I'm not used to, but it has been pretty fun so far."

"I am honestly just really excited to meet some new people from other schools," Bryant Simulia '19 said. "I feel like the experience will be a beneficial one to me."

"We had about six or seven different schools show up," Carter Franklin '20 said. "The dance part hyped everyone up and the ice breakers made everyone feel more comfortable around each other. It was nice to learn about other schools that don't get mentioned much."

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