High school students take home top honors at Northeast Regional Educators Rising Conference
Lansing High School students enrolled in the Teaching and Training career pathway with Mrs. Maeve Bolin and Mr. Nick Flynn have been studying hard in preparation for the Northeast Regional Educators Rising Conference that took place on November 6, 2019 at MidAmerica Nazarene University. Lansing had seventeen students competing in events ranging from how to handle an ethical dilemma in a classroom to public speaking.
Several teachers from across the district served as mentors to the students - Miss Chris Hoverson, Mrs. Holly Kane, Mr. Dustin Myers, Mr. Ryan Rothmeyer, Mrs. Amy Scruggs, and Mr. Joshua Yoakam.
Our students did an incredible job, taking home eleven awards at the event! Congratulations to the following students for their top honors:
- Exploring Support Services Careers
- 1st place - Kylie Hampton
- 3rd place - Aubrianna Anderson
- Ethical Dilemma presentation
- 1st place team - Zaiylah Bronson, Cameron Burns, Tristin Edwards, Drew French
- Public Speaking
- 1st place - Luke Usera
- 3rd place - Kyle Boian
- Lesson planning in arts and humanities
- 1st place - Mya K.
- Lesson planning in STEM
- 2nd place - Kelsie Lynch
- Job interview
- 2nd place - Cora Reed
- Exploring Non-Core subject careers
- 2nd place - Keialani Baker
- Children's Literature Kindergarten - 3rd grade
- 2nd place - Madeline Clark and Alyssa Wiegers
- Educators Rising Moment
- 3rd place - Brett Zimmerman
"The whole group of Teaching and Training students contributed to the success of the competitors, and we are looking forward to taking these students to state competition in February," said Mrs. Maeve Bolin. "We would like to thank all of the teachers in the district who allowed students to shadow and interview them along with everyone who listened to speeches leading up to today's events. It's a great day to be a Lion!"