Students selected for STEP program
December 30, 2012By Don Sergent of Warren County Public Schools
Thirty-four students from the five high schools in the Warren County Public Schools District and Bowling Green High School have been selected for the Leadership Bowling Green Alumni Association's STEP (Students Turning Education into Potential) program this year. The STEP program, for high school juniors and seniors, mirrors the adult Leadership Bowling Green program and develops fundamental leadership skills and exposes students to numerous civic, educational, and vocational opportunities within the community. Students participating in the program also have the opportunity to compete for a scholarship. Students were selected based on academics, extracurricular activities, and leadership potential.
Selected for the program this year:
South Warren: Arnela Zukic, Ashlea Ellsbury, Samuel Brown, Ashlee Taylor, Matthew Nelson, Nathaniel Vogler, Joseph Eblen, Chelsea Harvey, Erin Lay, Hayleigh Banks, Allie Drott, John McElroy, and Chandler Odom.
Bowling Green: Rachael Doyel, Christy Wilkins, McKenzi Cline, Haley Pannell, Breanna Moser, Jannah Shive, Laine Binnix, and Meagan Ward.
Greenwood: Amanda Miller, Emily Leon, Christine Burkeen, Caroline Davis, Rachel Sunderlin, Sarah Suggs, and Leah Greene.
Warren East: Zachary Ryne, Nanci Escobar, Nicholas Harp, and Joseph Stewart.
Warren Central: Tianna Poole and Joanna Porter.