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Courtesy photos Cambria Heights School District students participating in Super-Conference 24 include (from left): front row — Morgan Link, Morgan Schreyer, Hanna Kirsch, Haylee Henry and Abbey Kinney; back row — Nicholas Brawley, Gian Pagano, Andrew Christoff, Henry Warner and Liam Wholaver.

Cambria Heights School District attends SuperConference 24

The Cambria County Secondary Principals’ Association has endorsed the continuation of the annual conference for student leaders, known as “SuperConference,” again this year.

Mount Aloysius College in Cresson was the host for SuperConference 24 on May 4.

The seminar provided student leaders from the middle school and high school an opportunity to enhance leadership traits, develop leadership skills and foster pride and spirit in their school.

The students were engaged in a series of workshops from predominant figures in the community.

From left, Charles Prijatelj, superintendent of the Altoona Area School District, presented a $5,000 Houston for Hats check to youcaring.com, along with Lizzie Manley, Patriotic Student Alliance Club member; Jim Lowe, AAHS instructor/adviser; Andrew Dixon, Youth In Government member; and Tom Fox, AAHS instructor/adviser.

The following students were chosen to attend the workshop, by their teachers, from the Cambria Heights School District: Morgan Link, Morgan Schreyer, Hanna Kirsch, Haylee Henry, Abbey Kinney, Nicholas Brawley, Gian Pagano, Andrew Christoff, Henry Warner and Liam Wholaver.

They all demonstrate a desire for personal improvement and growth as well as demonstrating outstanding leadership qualities.

AASD raises $5,000 through one-day

Hats for Houston event

Altoona Area School District students, staff and faculty raised $5,000 in a one-day Hats for Houston event.

For a $1 donation, students, staff and faculty wore their favorite hat during the school day.

The event sponsored by the high school Patriotic Student Alliance Club and the Youth In Government Club was an opportunity to make a difference for those who experienced the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey.

Money was donated to Houston Texans’ JJ Watt youcaring.com.

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