Lake Oswego student elected to Oregon Association of Student Councils
Lake Oswego High School junior Ji Reichle was elected to the Executive Board of the Oregon Association of Student Councils for a one-year term next year. The elections took place at the Annual Fall Conference — over Zoom — where a group of 400 students and advisors from over 50 high schools were in attendance, according to a press release.
The Oregon Association of Student Councils was founded in 1949 and serves middle and high school students and advisers around the state. It provides conferences, workshops, newsletters and summer leadership camps to promote student leadership and improve school culture.
The Executive board consists of 12 students and 10 adults from around the state. As an Executive Board member, Reichle will represent her region by communicating with schools in her region, drafting newsletters and participating in policy decisions for the association.
Rotary's SASEE Award Nominations Open
Lake Oswego Rotary Club is seeking nominees for this year's Service Above Self Educational Excellence (SASEE) Awards.
Do you know an educator, staff member, student or community member who demonstrates a commitment to education through their work, projects or activities? Lake Oswego Rotary Club wants to recognize and support the people who make education in Lake Oswego exceptional and model "service above self."
The Rotary Club awards thousands of dollars in cash and scholarships in three SASEE categories. In each case, SASEE Award recipients have the opportunity to pay it forward by passing their monetary award on to their school or project. The categories are: Teachers, administrators and support staff: $1,000 for their school or project; Students: $1,000 for their school or project; and Citizens: $2,500 scholarships awarded in their names to students who also demonstrate "service above self."
Visit the website to nominate someone: https://www.rotarysasee.org/.
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