BUCYRUS — Bucyrus Elementary School will participate in
the Student Leadership and Empowerment Summit, hosted by North Central Ohio Educational Service Center, May 15 and May 16.
The first day of the Summit, the Elementary School will host 50 educators and school leaders for a site visit.
“We’re very excited to be a part of this outstanding leadership event,” said Elementary Principal Erica Ward. “The staff and students have been busy preparing for our guests, and we hope they are able to glean ideas from our journey to become a Leader in Me school.”
Attendees will visit at least eight classrooms during their time in the building. They will also have an opportunity to observe the various BES Leadership Tribes, as well experience the many “Leaderized” aspects at
“We are just as excited that a group of our BES students will attend the Summit to serve as greeters and welcomers,” said Ward. “Two of our BES students will be introducing keynote speaker Muriel Summers.”
Bucyrus Elementary School was the first school in Crawford County to pilot the Leader in Me program. Following the pilot program, the Elementary School worked to earn its designation as a Leader in Me School.
“I’m very proud that Bucyrus Elementary School has been selected to participate in the various aspects of the Leadership Summit,” said Superintendent Kevin Kimmel. “Our students, staff and administrators are doing an outstanding job creating a more positive climate and culture for everyone who walks the halls of BES.”
The Student Leadership and Empowerment Summit is at Tiffin University. More information about the event can be found at events.ncoesc.org