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The Leadership Class at Mineral County High has been involved in numerous projects so far in the young school year.

Submitted by Darren Hamrey

The 2017-18 Leadership Class is off to a strong start. Leadership class has long been hailed as the main nucleus of Mineral County High School spirit and culture, and this year is no different. With a large class of 22 students this year the students have been able to accomplish much in the way of projects and school spirit. Every week the students of the Leadership class travel to the Elementary school to work with the younger students in their subject matter and to serve as youth mentors. This allows bonds to be built that may last a lifetime.

At their annual Leadership hosted Blood Drive they brought in 69 donors, completely annihilating their previous record set the year before. During this process, they were set with the task of setting up an appointment with donors and contacting possible donors. In addition, it was up to the class to advertise for the drive.

The Leadership Class always makes sure the halls of MCHS are lined with spirit posters demonstrating their excitement of being a Serpent and supporting extra-curricular activities. This year’s class is Helena Aguilar; Claudia Benton; Kialani Brown; David Ditmer; Tony Dominguez; Jerad Dore; Kendalle Dummar; Ayleen Gomez; Perla Guiterrez; Juliet Hernandez; Talina Hicks; Nina Knight; Haley Lahre; Tyler McNamara; Damien Montoya; Ethan Nelms; Bodie Oberhansli; Anthony Ramirez; Devon Davis; Zeke Simmons; Julie Williams and Emmalee Going.