NCASC Leadership Conference

October 3, 2020

Hosted VIRTUALLY by Roanoke Rapids High School, Eastern District Chair School

versatility

noun
ver•sa•til•i•ty

the property of being having many abilities; flexibility; the ability to adapt and change

9:00 – 9:55am

Opening General Session featuring Tiffany Johnson

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 9:55 – 10:15am

Student Project Sharing Session 
Advisor Session #1

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For Students (click session title to learn more):

Student Project Sharing Session

Facilitators:

Caroline Sartain (Cumberland Polytechnic HS)
James Jessup (North Surry HS)
Nydia Cabrera (North Surry HS)
Keniston Mullis (Forest Hills HS)
Laney Scott (Gray’s Creek HS)
Kathryn Deary & Brooke Dunkley (Leesville Road HS)
Doc Engwall (Eastern Alamance HS)
Jordyn Steverson (Hillside HS)

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For Advisors (click session title to learn more):

Advisor Session #1

Facilitated by Mr. John McLeod, NCASC Eastern District Director

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 10:15 – 10:35am

Workshop #1: “Live”

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Choices in the Unknown

Presented by Tiffany Johnson

Money from the Unknown: Grants

Presented by Chester Williams

 

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Surviving the Unknown: Survivor Week

Presented by Tara Haas and Olivia Mundahl
Student leaders from Wayzata High School (Minnesota)

 10:35 – 10:45am

Break

10:45 – 10:55am

Second General Session

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 10:55 – 11:15am

Student Workshop #2: “Live and Learn”
Advisor Session #2

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Stress to Success

Organization, Time, and Stress Management
Dean will go over many topics in relation to how you can excel at organization and be a great and versatile leader by handling your time when situations arise. The workshop will also focus on stress management and ways to reduce stress with sharing and discussion as well.

Presented by Dean Brendle (Central Cabarrus HS)
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Learn from Within

Knowing thy self
Learn ways to understand your values, passions, skills and talents. Find your strengths and discover what you’re good at. These past few months and forward can be a time of reflection and true inner happiness to build upon knowing yourself fully to be the best person you can be. As a leader, you have to know yourself and take time for yourself.

Presented by Luke Noonan (Piedmont HS)

Take the Stand

Public speaking
Join this workshop if you want to learn tips, skills, and ways you can further increase your speaking skills to your council and beyond. Ways in which you can improve your virtual public speaking skills will be discussed as well.

Presented by Salysia Jimenez (Havelock HS)

Leading from the Shadows

Leader with no title
This workshop will discuss how you can still be a great leader even if you do not have a leadership position or title within your council. You do not have to be the president, class officer, committee chair, or senator to be an effective leader within your council.

Presented by Madalyn Godfrey (Roanoke Rapids HS)

For Advisors (click session title to learn more):

Advisor Session #2

Facilitated by Mr. John McLeod, NCASC Eastern District Director

 11:15 – 11:35am

Workshop #3: “Live and Thrive”

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Wearing the Top Hat

NCASC positions to run for/elections
For student leaders and advisors who are interested in running or having a student run for a NCASC position and a great choice for advisors as well!

Catherine will be discussing what positions are available for student leaders to run for within the NCASC at the state conference in March. She will also give a detailed description of what the tasks of the different positions entail. Other topics include information on how elections run within the NCASC, and how to effectively run an election at your own school. Catherine has served as both the NCASC Central District Chair and now President-Elect, so her experience with NCASC elections is valuable.

Presented by Catherine Oxendine (Jack Britt HS)
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What an Honor

Honor Council and awards
This workshop will discuss how to complete the Honor Council, what ways to effectively do so, and any new requirements or changes to the Honor Council from previous years. They will also briefly discuss which awards within the NCASC you can nominiate people for.

Presented by Isabella Hill and Sue Cooper (Gray’s Creek MS)

Surrender the Me for We

Council bonding
This workshop will discuss the key concepts of council bonding, learning ways and new ideas for council bonding and sharing activities that you at your own home council can use to gain better connection, motivation, and atmosphere.

Presented by Patience Weddel and Mary Ledford (Gray’s Creek HS)
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Presidential Footsteps (for presidents only)

Legendary Leadership (for presidents only)
This workshop is geard for student body and class presidents and will discuss the key idea: as a president, what legacy are your trying and want to leave behind for future generations as you depart from your leadership role.

Presented by Samuel Hendrix (Central Cabarrus HS)

11:35am – 12:00pm

Closing General Session

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Change is the only constant in life. One’s ability to adapt to those changes will determine your success in life.

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

Hats off to YOU for participating!
Stay safe. Stay healthy.