GUHSD Students Compete in National Future Educators Competition

GUHSD Future Educators Compete Nationally
May 2013- 12 students from Greenway High School recently competed in the National Future Educators Association Conference. The competition took place in late April in Orlando, Florida. The FEA competitions showcase the best and brightest future educators.

Emily Mettes, Taylor Way, and Levi-Jo Smith were finalists in the Top 10 in the Ethical Dilemma category. In this competition, students are faced with an ethical education-related dilemma. Students are required to debate the topic and create a five-minute video presentation regarding their chapter's collective view on the ethical dilemma.

Hannah Gangemi, Amy Miller, and Ellen Kurbat were finalists in the Top 10 in the Energy Education category. Chapter members were required to plan and implement an energy-themed series of lessons and activities for a grade level, selected classes, or an entire school.

Melissa Oliversa placed 4th in the FEA Leadership category. This award honors members who exemplify the characteristics that the Future Educators Association seeks to develop among its members., including sound leadership and a strong commitment to improving education. This is the highest honor that an FEA member can earn.

Damiana Detjens placed 2nd in the Emergency Preparedness category. The purpose of the competition is for contestant to learn about emergency preparedness in a school setting.