FDSH Analyzing Leadership Styles Class to Hold "Haunted High"
October 19, 2018, Fort Dodge, IA- Members of the Fort Dodge Senior High Analyzing Leadership Styles class are hosting “Haunted High” Wednesday, October 31, from 7-9 p.m. at Senior High, 819 North 25th Street. Admission is non-perishable items with an emphasis on granola bars, cracker packets, deodorant, soap and feminine hygiene products. Items collected will be given to the FDSH Food Pantry.
Instructor Andi Adams said “Haunted High” is the main class project. It promotes servant leadership, which is one type of leadership the students discuss in class. The class is carrying on the recent tradition of a haunted house started by students in an Understanding Social Systems class several years ago.
“With Understanding Social Systems not being taught this semester, my class wanted to take over this service project,” Adams said. “The project has been a great way for our students to give back. And, with this year’s donations being given to our own food pantry here at the high school it is a great way for students to help students. It hits close to home, as I know staff here who have helped students who have needed food or other items. I admire the kids for wanting to help their own.”
Jordan Jackson, a senior in the class, agreed “Haunted High” is a special project saying, “It’s really cool to do something fun for the community but also something that will really help people out.”
Individuals wanting to experience “Haunted High” should park in the east lot at Senior High. “Haunted High” is for students in 5th grade or higher.
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