Do You Have What It Takes to Become a Leader of Wildcat Nation?

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Do you have what it takes to become one of the future leaders of Wildcat Nation? To represent the people from UHS? The UHS Newsroom spoke to Ukiah High Leadership teacher Bob Dieffenbach about how to sign up to be in the ASB elections and what requirements there are for people who want to assume leadership positions

Mr. Dieffenbach told us students interested in a leadership role must have a 2.0 grade point average. He said future leaders should have good communication skills and someone who is very empathetic and understands other peoples’ needs. Mr. Dieffenbach is says students who “don’t make excuses” and “someone who has only solutions to problems” will make the best student leaders. Students from grade 9-11 are eligible to participate in applying for class officers. For ASB officers, positions are available only to 10th and 11th grade students. The elections will take place on May 20th, Mr. Dieffenbach told us.

If you think you have what it takes to become the next Wildcat Nation Leaders representing UHS, fill out this Google Form. Remember UHS needs bright, ambitious, adventurous, students who are willing to take up the challenge and help make UHS a better place for all.

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Joel Naranjo
My name is joel, born and raised in San Mateo county but recently moved to Mendocino county. I love cars. Own 2 cars. 04 sti, c-class Mercedes

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