Durango High School’s Student Council looks to extend streak of excellence

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Durango High School’s Student Council looks to extend streak of excellence

Students seek 8th consecutive gold award
Saylor Stottlemyer, Durango High School Student Council sophomore class secretary-treasurer, discusses the group’s efforts to improve operations and procedures with Andy Burns, chief operations officer of Durango School District 9-R, on Thursday in the school’s library. For seven consecutive years, the DHS Student Council has been awarded the National Association of Student Councils’ Gold Excellence Award. Looking on from left are Jade Pruett, a freshman; Ella Stevens, freshmen class vice president; and Harrison Kairalla, DHS Student Council co-president
Greeting visitors Thursday for the Durango High School Student Council Awards of Excellence presentations are, from left, Tanus Yoder, senior class president; Harrison Kairalla, DHS Student Council co-president; Corbin Reiter, DHS Student Council secretary-treasurer; and Lana Razma, DHS Student Council vice president.
Members of the Durango High School Student Council made presentations Thursday in the school’s library. The presentations were designed to show how they are working to improve operations and procedures as they strive to be named one of the nation’s top student councils by the National Association of Student Councils.
Georgia Mynatt, a Durango High School freshman, explains how members of the DHS Student Council learned team-building and organizational skills at a leadership conference held in Grand Junction The conference brought together student council members from across the state to share their best practices.

Durango High School’s Student Council looks to extend streak of excellence

Saylor Stottlemyer, Durango High School Student Council sophomore class secretary-treasurer, discusses the group’s efforts to improve operations and procedures with Andy Burns, chief operations officer of Durango School District 9-R, on Thursday in the school’s library. For seven consecutive years, the DHS Student Council has been awarded the National Association of Student Councils’ Gold Excellence Award. Looking on from left are Jade Pruett, a freshman; Ella Stevens, freshmen class vice president; and Harrison Kairalla, DHS Student Council co-president
Greeting visitors Thursday for the Durango High School Student Council Awards of Excellence presentations are, from left, Tanus Yoder, senior class president; Harrison Kairalla, DHS Student Council co-president; Corbin Reiter, DHS Student Council secretary-treasurer; and Lana Razma, DHS Student Council vice president.
Members of the Durango High School Student Council made presentations Thursday in the school’s library. The presentations were designed to show how they are working to improve operations and procedures as they strive to be named one of the nation’s top student councils by the National Association of Student Councils.
Georgia Mynatt, a Durango High School freshman, explains how members of the DHS Student Council learned team-building and organizational skills at a leadership conference held in Grand Junction The conference brought together student council members from across the state to share their best practices.
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