JCHS leadership class provides manpower, inspiration for projects


Students in the Jefferson City High School leadership class make Halloween posters during their meeting.

Students in the Jefferson City High School leadership class make Halloween posters during their meeting. Photo by Deborah Cote.

Selling T-shirts to raise funds for tornado relief. Hosting anti-bullying workshops for local middle schoolers. And writing and illustrating children’s books about the Characterplus traits.

The leadership class at Jefferson City High School gets a lot done in nine weeks.

“You can take the class as many times as you want,” said senior Kamry Volkmer. “It changes the way you look at the high school.”

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