Local Nonprofit Hosts Teacher and Staff Appreciation Dinner


LEAD Green hold Teacher Appreciation dinner May 9th

Submitted by LEAD Green —

FALLON, Nevada – In an effort to recognize teachers and staff for their contributions to students and the greater Churchill County community, LEAD Green is hosting an appreciation dinner on Thursday, May 9, at the Fallon Convention Center.

The event, open to all Churchill County School District and Oasis Academy employees, will begin at 5:30 p.m. with dinner being served at 6 p.m.

“We are who we because of our teachers and staff,” said LEAD Green President Mackenzie Cutler. “Teachers and staff are our coaches, role models and support systems. It is important to recognize all they do and show our appreciation.”

LEAD Green is newly established Nevada 501c(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating high school students within Churchill County through Leadership, Education, Awareness, and Development (LEAD). The organization has impacted over 120 local high school students from both CCHS and Oasis Academy through their annual leadership summits and scholarship program.

Over 40 students and 20 volunteers participated in LEAD Green’s last and third Leadership Summit occurred Feb 15-16 and had The organization strives to be a resource and top advocate in helping students achieve their dreams.

“The Teacher and Staff Appreciation Dinner is a way for us to pay it forward,” said Cutler. “Depending on how it goes, this could become an annual event in our community.”

Those interested in attending the event should RSVP by May 3 to Cheryl Venturacci at cventuracci@oanv.org or Robyn Jordan at jordanr@churchillcsd.com

Current and former Churchill County students may nominate their favorite staff and teachers by filling out this quick form: http://bitly.ws/3QQ8

For more information about LEAD Green and their upcoming Teacher and Staff Appreciation Dinner, please visit their website: www.leadgreenwave.org


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