Student Body Presidents Leadership Summit
What: Hosted by Capital High School, the Student Body Presidents Leadership Summit is an engaging, fast paced, one-day workshop that will help students and student council advisors learn the basics of building a strong school culture, leadership class and team. This conference will bring together students who are preparing to take on their new roles as A.S.B. Student Body President, A.S.B. Vice President, Senior Class President, Junior Class President, or other students who will play important leadership roles on campus. This conference is a powerful opportunity for the key leaders in a secondary school's student leadership program to receive quality leadership training while networking with other outstanding student leaders.
When: Wednesday, May 17, 2017; 8 :30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Barber Park Events Center, 4049 S. Eckert Rd., Boise.
secondary schools from throughout southwest Idaho representing more than 225 student leaders and advisors will participate in this one-day conference.
Schools participating: Capital, Rocky Mountain, Skyview, Ridgevue, Vallivue, Boise, Timberline, Twin Falls, Kuna, Melba, Payette, Borah, Meadows Valley, Bishop Kelly, Cascade, Caldwell, Eagle, Nampa, Vale, Adrian, Parma, Sage International School, Notus, Kimberly, Minico, Horseshoe Bend, Columbia, Ontario, Burley, Nampa Christian, Riverglen, and Fairmont.
Phil Boyte (pictured) is passionate about creating amazing school culture. He has spoken to thousands of schools across North America, empowering both students and educators to transform their campus' climate. Phil's dynamic and transformative message to youth and adults enhances the quality of life for each individual, school, and community. As a motivational speaker, keynote, consultant, husband, father, and friend, Phil aims to be a force of enthusiasm and encouragement in the world.
Since 1989, Phil Boyte has hosted the Student Body President Workshop, presenting the most detailed leadership training for ASB leaders in California. This spring event prepares new student leaders with new skills and tools for the year ahead. Most schools bring a team of six students, including their primary elected leaders and one or two additional students who will play important leadership roles on campus. Participants spend time in general sessions, small group workshops, and networking sessions to build understanding and leadership skills.
For additional media contact information and questions:
Capital High School
Public Affairs Administrator
Boise School District