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On Thursday October 24, 2013, the TLC class took a trip to Norwalk for their TLC conference involving several different schools in the area who also have classes. The conference consisted of several different inspirational speakers such as Huron football Coach Tony Legando, Chardon High School students, and the director of a non-profit organization called Kick-It, as well as many others. The day consisted of true leaders getting to know each other and pass on their leadership skills to one another. Emily Smith, one of our very own students, expressed that her favorite part of the day was how touching Coach Legando’s speech was. Smith stated it really opened up her eyes to life, and what true characteristics a leader should portray. Overall, students really enjoyed the day. They want to take everything that they learned from the other schools and speakers at the conference and share it with their schools through different school and community-enriching projects.
In our school’s TLC class, the students have been doing monthly projects. They are various projects the students came up with to improve the spirit and fortitude of our school.
On Sunday, September 22, the TLC groups all around different kinds of areas gathered together to march at the Indians game. It was a great experience for the TLC class, but also was a great experience for all the children that attended the game. It was really interesting how mass was also hosted at the game. Many families from our school came with their children and had a blast. It was nice to see all the little kids have such a big smile on their faces because they were getting the opportunity to walk on the field. Overall everyone seemed to have a good time, and as a TLC class, it was really nice to be recognized and well-known out there.
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