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2024 Student Leadership Course Outline

Days begin at 7:45 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m. at the Shenandoah County Government Center Board Room

(600 N. Main St, Woodstock, parking in the rear of the building)

Attire is casual (no flip flops or t-shirts) and Attendance is mandatory

June 10, 2024 - Meet at Central High School Library

Team Building Retreat and Character Driven Leadership – A great day to get to know each other and kick-off your Leadership journey.

Health Care and Human Needs – An overview of medical care in Shenandoah County including tours of SMH and the Dept. of Social Services. Discussions will focus on the current health care and human needs issues facing our community.

June 11, 2024

Local Government An overview of the structure and function of our local government along with discussion of government’s role in addressing local challenges. Tours provided of government facilities.

Nonprofit Community – Through a Reality Store exercise you will understand the roles and responsibilities of our nonprofit organizations.

June 12, 2024

 Public Safety – A look at our law enforcement agencies and first responder agencies and learn how they interact. Includes tours of the RSW Regional Jail, local Fire Department, and County Courthouse.

June 13, 2024

Business/Industry – A look at the diversity of the local business economy including a statistical overview of the county. Includes tours of several area businesses and industries.

June 14, 2024

Agriculture and Tourism – We will discover the County’s agricultural and tourism resources and how they affect Shenandoah County.  

4:00 pm Graduation – Shenandoah County Government Board Room

A special event honoring your completion of the Student Leadership Shenandoah County Program. Parents and friends are welcome to join us.



      Pictured L to R front row, then 2nd row: Ava Mapp, Strasburg HS; Ryleigh Eubank, Strasburg HS; Madison Musick, Valley Baptist Christian School; Eli Wimer, Mountain View HS; Chad Biby, Mountain View HS; Wyatt Hockman, Strasburg HS; Morgan Kincaid, Strasburg HS; Mary-Kate Manning, Mountain View HS; Erin Van Norton, Strasburg HS; and Andrew Miller, Central HS

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