YARMOUTH — Parker Rollins, a fifth-grade student at Harrison Middle School, has been selected to participate in the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C.
Rollins was nominated by one of his teachers as one of a select group of students with the scholastic merit, maturity and strength of character to represent Harrison Middle School at the annual summer leadership program.
This summer, over 250 outstanding middle school students from across the U.S. will take part in an extraordinary leadership conference. This year’s conference, “Themed Voices of Leadership: Reflecting on the Past to Create the Future,” introduces young people to the rich tradition of leadership throughout American history, while helping them to develop their own leadership skills.
Rollins is the first Yarmouth students since 2009 to attend the conference.
FALMOUTH — Falmouth High School’s Model U.N. Team recently participated in a three-day conference in Boston.
The team meets weekly to prepare role-playing scenarios as United Nations delegates in various Model U.N. Conferences. Team members practice public speaking, negotiating and parliamentary procedure while researching the countries they will represent and assigned international issues. Additionally, they must draft position papers and resolutions.
Front Row: McKenzie Myers, Michaela Franco, Sara Jacobson, Clara Brown, Dana Bloch, Caroline Seelen and Caroline Andrews.
Back Row: Nicholas Franco, Weston Scott, Abyn-Reabe Gerwig, John “Cooper” Lycan, Ian McBrady, Evan Eklund, Andrew Emple, Will Jones, Ryan Tartre, Seamus Powers, Josh McGovern and Eric Chen.