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Students develop leadership skills

Bailey Wisdom, Writer

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Chouteau Middle School student council attended a leadership conference Nov. 3 and 4 in Tulsa.

“It allows students to gain better leadership qualities and learn from other students,” said Advisor Geneva Rawdon.

This is the second year the student council attended the conference, which the kids absolutely loved.

Council President Emily Hokit said, “We get to learn how to improve our school.”

Students learned many different things at the conference about how to get involved in their school.

“It helps us become leaders for our school,” Hokit said.

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Students develop leadership skills