Students Selected as HOBY Representatives

Students Selected as HOBY Representatives
Posted on 12/05/2018
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Superintendent Danny Adkins announces the HOBY representatives for Floyd Central High School and Prestonsburg High School.

 

“Congratulations Lindsay Caudill, Katie More, Abbey Poe and Kade Scott! These four are the representatives for the 2019 Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) Seminar from Floyd Central and Prestonsburg High School,” comments Superintendent Adkins.

 

Adkins discusses the HOBY program saying, “HOBY is a fantastic opportunity for sophomore students. The heart of this program is about helping young people learn to lead and better serve their communities. Developing this in our students will lead to changes in our district, our state and in our global community. With programs like HOBY, the National Honor Society, student councils, and more, we’re helping our kids develop much needed skills that aren’t necessarily in the curriculum but are beneficial for society. We want to help kids take advantage of more opportunities like this and empower them for the future.”

 

Lindsay, Katie, Abbey and Kade will attend the state seminar at Berea College in Berea in June of 2019. Students will experience life on a college campus for few days as they develop their leadership skills and learn to use those skills to influence their communities positively.

 

Adkins ended saying, “We’re very proud to have these outstanding young people represent our district at the state conference and look forward to seeing their skills used in making a difference in our schools and community.”

 

Lindsay Caudill (Floyd Central High) is the daughter of Paul and Pam Caudill of Banner.

Katie Moore (Floyd Central High) is the daughter of Alan and Kristy Moore of Minnie.

Abbey Poe (Prestonsburg High) is the daughter of Mark and April Poe of Prestonsburg.

Kade Scott (Floyd Central High) is the son of Byron and Stephanie Scott of Langley.

 

*To learn more about the HOBY, visit http://www.hoby.org/

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