Two Unity students chosen for Rose’s new public policy program

Unity High School juniors Caroline Cousins and Ayradi Catron were among nearly 70 high school students from 26 high schools across State Sen. Chapin Rose’s (R-Mahomet) 51st Senate District who took part in a hands-on experience in public policy, state government and leadership on Dec. 8, as part of Rose’s Youth Advisory Council.
Rose hosted the all-day Youth Advisory Council in Decatur at Richland Community College with the students being selected by their principals and teachers.
Unity civics teacher Roger Kleiss nominated Cousins and Catron for the program.

Read the full story in the Jan. 4 issue of The County Star.

Categories (2):News, Education


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