Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Manchester students among Youth Leadership Academy grads

Fifteen Manchester public school students were among those who received a Certificate of Completion from Manchester Police Chief David Mara and a proclamation from Mayor Ted Gatsas for their successful participation in the Spring 2015 Youth Leadership Academy.

The Academy's youngest graduate,
10-year-old Mirza Kruscica, and his mother Anela
Created by the Community Advisory Board and run by the Manchester Police Department, the purpose of the Academy is to identify and encourage future leaders for the City of Manchester. 

Through seven weeks of classroom activities, field trips, and guest speakers, students learn about the Manchester community, its history and diversity, youth services, the NH judicial system, various law enforcement agencies, community policing, City and State government, and leadership skills.

Congratulations to all of our students!

Webster Elementary School: Mirza Kruscica
 
McLaughlin Middle School: Abdullah Mahdi

Central High School: Alexandra Ayala, Michael Hugle, Carl Jean-Baptiste, Jacob Lacroix, Brendon Lewis, Anel Rasimovski, and Madeline Zapata

Memorial High School: Dinebari Adumene, Jacqueline DiPietro, Christopher Fudala, Tirzah Georges, and Razvan Ionescu
Tirzah Georges and her mother Mary
West High School: Luan Sanches
Eighth grader Abdullah Mahdi with Chief Mara

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