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Leading by Serving Others

Servant Leaders are recognized at Clarendon.

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581b9c05cc431September: Freshman Vincent Vaquara; Senior Jessica Lowrie; Junior Mattee Johnson; Sophomore Angelina Araujo

September: Freshman Vincent Vaquara; Senior Jessica Lowrie; Junior Mattee Johnson; Sophomore Angelina Araujo

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581b9c05cc431September: Servant Leaders: 8th Davin Mays; 7th Emma Roys; 6th Hunter Emerson

September: Servant Leaders: 8th Davin Mays; 7th Emma Roys; 6th Hunter Emerson

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581b9c05cc431September: Addie H, Aubrey S, Millie M, Rance B, Kennadi G

September: Addie H, Aubrey S, Millie M, Rance B, Kennadi G

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581b9c05cc431October: 5th Whitney Williams, 4th Parker Haynes, 3rd Hudson Howard, 2nd Elika Wilson, 1st Hayven Dubois, Kindergarten Henry Robertson

October: 5th Whitney Williams, 4th Parker Haynes, 3rd Hudson Howard, 2nd Elika Wilson, 1st Hayven Dubois, Kindergarten Henry Robertson

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581b9c05cc431October: Junior Harm Drenth; Freshman Emeri Robinson, Senior Faith Keelin, Sophomore Izzy Craft

October: Junior Harm Drenth; Freshman Emeri Robinson, Senior Faith Keelin, Sophomore Izzy Craft

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581b9c05cc431October: 7th grade: Brianna Williamson, 6th grade: Ben Estlack, 8th grade: William Broussard

October: 7th grade: Brianna Williamson, 6th grade: Ben Estlack, 8th grade: William Broussard

Servant leaders lead by serving others and helping them be at their best. Anyone can lead by service at home, work, school or in the community. Servant leaders put the needs of others above their own, respect everyone, are a positive influence and are courteous.

This year Superintendent Mike Norrell continues a district wide program of Servant Leaders where one student from each grade level is chosen by the teachers to be the month's student leader. The concept of servant leaders is to recognize students who are exhibiting service to their peers and to their teachers. It is also designed to encourage other students to be servant leaders, too.

"True leadership is rooted in the service of others. Because our school, community, nation, and world benefits from selfless behavior, we need to teach and encourage our students to think of others and learn that we all can accomplish many things, even great things, when we are inspired by a purpose beyond ourselves. Therefore, to promote this concept and build a servant culture, we want to recognize the generous and noble actions of our students." said Norrell.