We have a new Leadership class at Pine River High School and I asked Cody Wagatha, the teacher of the class, in his second year at our district, to share some information with me so I could possibly share it in an article. Well, Cody took the time and wrote a nice article, so rather than me take his article and rewrite it, I thought I’d just share it. — Matthew Lukshaitis, Pine River Area Schools Superintendent
This year at Pine River we were given the opportunity to turn our student council into an everyday class. Having 53 minutes to meet every day gives us much more planning time to coordinate events. There is a grade for the class which is a combination of weekly writing assignments, creating awareness boards every two weeks and attending and working our events.