Academy students represent at SCISSA conference
ORANGEBURG — Elected student leaders from members of the South Carolina Independent Schools Student Association held their Fall Conference in the House of Representatives Chambers at the State House.
The 2013-2014 SCISSA officers are Carson Buzhardt, W. Wyman King Academy, Batesburg, president; David Coker, Florence Christian School, first vice president; Rebecca Kelley, Florence Christian School, second vice president; Hunter Carson, Calhoun Academy, St. Matthews, recording secretary; Annsley Judy, Dorchester Academy, St. George, treasurer, Alli Osborne, Laurence Manning Academy, Manning, historian; Paul Henry Davis, Orangeburg Prep, parliamentarian; and Amanda Crayne, Newberry Academy, corresponding secretary.
While in session at the State House, the students held their general meeting, which included discussions on the Student Exchange program, the Student Council of the Year, the Honor Society of the Year, and the 2014 Spring Convention.
Additionally, during a development session, resolutions were introduced and debated by the students.
Students interested in running for a SCISSA office during the 2014 Spring Convention had the opportunity to speak with and question the present elected officials of the association.
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