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The Greenfield School Leadership Development Program inducted its first class into membership last month. As members of the program, these students have agreed to pursue a greater understanding and appreciation for the art and science of leadership, as well as their own individual talents and leadership styles.
Greenfield’s Leadership Development Program was one of many directives that came about as part of the school-wide Strategic Plan as a way to create a roadmap for Greenfield’s future and a way for students to further develop into the creative, confident, college-bound leaders of tomorrow.
The featured guest speaker for the evening was Sydney Dunn, Lost Colony chapter director for the National League of Junior Cotillions and included a special presentation where students were taught business etiquette, interview skills, table manners and polite conversation, all while eating a five-course meal prepared by Something Different Café and Catering.
At the conclusion of the event, Chance Reynolds, Greenfield’s Leadership Development program coordinator, congratulated students for “their willingness to be trailblazers … to be first … to want more … and for being willing to seek and take on the mantle of leadership and do great things. Things that could truly change your lives and the lives of others in very positive ways.”