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Chinda Kim Gregor Nelson Madrid
Richard Scott
Asha Omar
Ellene Kassaye Debo Teriba
Jon Lee
Denisha Richardson
Tyler Salone
Felicia Atkins
Dinna Wade-­‐Ardley Independent School District #271
Office of Educational Equity 1350 West 106th Street Bloomington, MN 55431-­‐4126
OEE Leadership
“Pathways to your future”
Our mission is to help create and maintain an environment where we can promote leadership and positive growth in the youth of today and push for a better future for all.
We take the time to support and promote diversity. The leaders learn how to embrace other student’s differences and cultures. Our mentors help to provide academic and emotional support to achieve success in and out of school. We teach the students to be positive role models. For whom: Grades 5-­‐12
Where: Kennedy High School Location: Media Center Meeting Days: Saturdays
Time: 9:00am-­‐12:00pm In leadership, students learn how to develop and process leadership skills. Our goals are to foster positive visions and desires for success. Our young Leaders learn how to develop and process social skills through continual training in studying, life skills, team building and civial engagement MEETING DATES:
September 13, 20, 27
October 11, 25
November 8, 22
December 13
January 10, 24
February 7, 21
March 7, 21
April 11, 25
May 2, 16, 30
OEE is committed to encouraging and supporting diversity in our community... because there is no “I” in TEAM. Want to join OEE Youth Leadership this year? It’s easy to start, but you will have to put in the work. It’s easy to want to lead, but very hard to follow.
Leadership is eligible for new and past participants from grades 5th, 6th and 7th. Students must attend Bloomington Public Schools. Give us a call if you have any questions or if your interested:
Leadership is NOT a position it IS an action
Office of Educational Equity 952.681.6420
2014-­‐2015 Pathways to Success