The annual LEAD On summit conducted for Churchill County High School and Oasis Academy students stresses leadership, education, awareness and development. The fourth annual summit for high-school students provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to improve their communities and to have a successful future. the one-day summit had leadership workshops, student panels, future career advice, keynote speakers, group activities and networking, a service project.
Churchill County High School and Washington State University graduate Garrett Kalt founded the nonprofit organization.
Allison Woolsey delivered the keynote address, while Devonte Woodson, was a group leader and workshop presented. Woolsey was a former CCHS student body president before she attended college in Utah and eventually became a sixth-grade teacher in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Woodson, who’s a teacher in Las Vegas, talked to students about way they can be successful and the actions to take for them to succeed in their future endeavors.