Milford’s Sekscinski one of six students sent to 2018 NFHS Student Leadership Summit

DOVER – The DIAA Board of Directors sponsored the expenses for six student and two adult ambassadors to attend the 2018 NFHS Student Leadership Summit in Indianapolis from July 23 to 25.

From L-R: Jack Faust, Amelia Christensen, Grace Sekscinski, Jane Lyons, Dylan Nitsche, Caden Dickerson (Special to The Chronicle).

The student ambassadors were Amelia Christensen (Concord High), Caden Dickerson (Seaford High), Jack Faust (Sussex Academy), Jane Lyons (Ursuline Academy), Dylan Nitsche (Tower Hill) and Grace Sekscinski (Milford High).

The adult leaders were Jeff Ransome (Wilmington Friends School) and Theresa Repole (Newark Charter School).

The summit presented an opportunity for the Team to participate in leadership and sportsmanship activities that they will now use as part of the DIAA Student Leadership Conference held in Lewes from Aug. 3-5.

Team DE will be joined by 25 more students from around the state, as well as four more adults, for three days of activities and a service project held in conjunction with Special Olympics Delaware.

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