Clinton ATC Leadership Students complete service-learning project

Posted April 17, 2019 at 7:49 am

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The Lead to Succeed students from Clinton County Area Technology Center recently completed a service-learning project at Golden Harvest Village. On Wednesday, April 10, twenty leadership students, along with teachers Mrs. Holly Claborn and Mrs. Ashley Ipock, traveled to Golden Harvest.

While there, they visited with residents, washed windows and doors, planted flowers, and handed out pillbox organizers.

The Lead to Succeed course, created and funded through The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, delivers principle-based ethics education, and reinforces the value of ethical business and personal conduct.

Planning and implementation of a service-learning project is a required component of the course.

The course is taught through the Business Department by Mrs. Holly Claborn.

A video of the service-learning project is available at the following link:

Leadership students would like to extend a special thank you to the following businesses and individuals for their donations and help in making the project a success: Lifeline Home Health (Karen Talbott), Amedisys Home Health (Lee Jones), Roberts’ Pharmacy (Laura Roberts), Clinton County High School FFA and greenhouse (Ben Prewitt), Majors Pizza (Lamon Hubbs), Jay Tee Hardin Films, and bus driver Larry Thrasher.

Clinton ATC students completing the service learning project at Golden Harvest Village, along with sponsors, are shown above. Pictured are, left to right: (back row): Taylor Owens, Angela Davidson, Molly Cecil, Eli Dearborn, and Evan Claborn; (middle row) Macy Jones, Makenzie Cope, Katie Jones, Raegan Thrasher, Emma Tompkins, Katelyn Perez, Katie Thompson, Dawson Stearns, and Mrs. Holly Claborn; (front row) Mrs. Ashley Ipock, Tyler Cross, Tagan Garner, Natalie Martin, Audrey Groce, Allyson Abston, Noah Brown, and Jose Cerda Alvarez.