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NASC Advisers of the
Year: Region Finalists
NASC's National Advisory Council has chosen finalists for the 2015 Warren E. Shull
Adviser of the Year for the middle level and high school region, along with two
national winners from a large pool of nominees.
Region finalists will receive complimentary registration to the NASC National
Conference and will be presented with plaques provided by Herff Jones during the
second general session. The national middle level and high school winners, who will
receive plaques and $500 cash awards, will also be announced at that time.
NASC congratulates all of the state nominees and region finalists for their
outstanding work and dedication to developing student leaders and managing their
student council programs.
Region finalists for the 2015 Warren E. Shull Adviser of the Year Awards are:
Pictured: Patsy Coleman, 2014 NASC
Warren E. Shull High School Adviser of
Region I: Janice Arsenault, Winnacunnet High School, Hampton, NH
Region II: David Aboud, Altoona Area High School, Altoona, PA
Region III: Brooke Yarbrough, Laurens District 55 High School,
Region IV: Trisha Bemboom, Sauk Rapids‑Rice High School, Sauk
Region V: Linda Pickett, Columbia High School, Columbia, IL
Region VI: Sarah Adkins, Park Hill South High School, Riverside, MO
Region VII: Stephanie Felkins, Canyon Springs High School, North
Las Vegas, NV
Region VIII: Kristi West, Hardin Jefferson High School,
Sour Lake, TX
Region II: Jackie Jaros, Deer Lakes Middle School,
Region IV: Anne‑Marie Kislewski, Oaklawn
Elementary School, Oshkosh, WI
Region V: Cynthia Ault, Kesling Middle School, La
Region VI: Pam Tholen, Heritage Middle School,
Region VII: Kim Karr, Excelsior Middle School,
Region VIII: Vicki Long, Deweyville Independent
School District, Deweyville, TX
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2015
NATIONAL COUNCILS OF EXCELLENCE!
NASC congratulates middle and high school council
members who earned the distinction of 2015 National
Council of Excellence and National Gold Council of
Excellence. More than 240 NASC councils were honored
this year, marking an increase of almost 14 percent
over 2014. Each of the winning councils demonstrated
consistent achievement in a variety of leadership areas.
In addition to receiving a custom certificate and letter of
commendation, the names of the 2015 National Councils
of Excellence appear on the NASC website, and their
leadership for student activities
delegations will be recognized at the NASC National
Conference in June.
The deadline for submitting applications for the 2016
award is February 15, 2016. Don't let your council members
miss out on this opportunity to earn national recognition
for their leadership and efforts to improve your school and
community! We encourage all NASC middle level and high
school councils to strive to meet NASC standards and set
a goal to earn or repeat the distinction of being named a
2016 National Council of Excellence.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Leadership for Students Activities - May 2015, NASC Edition
Questions & Answers
Being a Leader
From the Director
Maintaining Leadership Momentum
What Matters to Your Community?
Lessons for Leaders
Things to Do
Leadership for Students Activities - May 2015, NASC Edition