Five Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School students have been selected to participate in the Sarasota County STAR Leadership program, which is designed to encourage and develop positive leadership qualities among students in grades nine, 10 and 11.
The students will participate in training to develop leadership, communication and team-building skills and knowledge about civic engagement. After completing the training, students will be placed on a Sarasota County committee or board as voting members for a year.
The accepted students are Nick Bobbitt, Sarah Quick, Jake LaMore, Alex Pepe and Maddy Del Medico, all sophomores.
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