Oasis Academy Student Council attended Western Regionals this week at Reed High School. Fifteen schools attended with 65 students attending from Oasis for the day-long retreat.
Students attended general sessions focusing on leadership. Students also attended break-out workshops, presented by their peers from other high schools. Oasis student council members were immersed with students from other schools in their Junior Counselor Groups.
Sophomore Hunter McNabb presented during a break-out session. His presentation was titled “Organize with Damselflies”. It focused on organizational skills for student councils as a whole for both academics and their lives. McNabb will find out at the end of winter break if he is chosen to present at the state conference at the end of March.
“Regionals is an amazing opportunity for Oasis students to network with peers from other schools in Western Nevada. It is also a great chance to brainstorm and come up with new innovative ideas to bring back to their school,” says Lisa Swan, Student Council/Leadership Advisor.