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Hamilton student chosen president of state group PDF Print
Wednesday, June 09, 2004 6:00 pm
Hamilton High School sophomore Courtney Konyn was elected president of the Wisconsin Association of School Councils (WASC). Konyn was eligible to run for the statewide position after first being elected president for Region IV in southeastern Wisconsin.

As the WASC president, Konyn will attend the 2004 National Association of School Councils in Las Vegas this summer. She also will attend the WASC Leadership Workshop in Green Bay and serve as a junior counselor at another WASC workshop.

She attended national conferences for the past two years and moderated sectional workshops at the state level.

In addition to her statewide responsibilities, Konyn is president of her class and on the Student Council executive board. She is a member of the Academic Decathlon Team, Cultural Exchange Club, German Club, Amnesty International, Leo Club – Hamilton Chapter and Hamilton Chargers Softball Team.

Her community involvement includes serving on the Sussex Teen Advisory Board, Pauline Haass Public Library Teen Board and Sussex Saints Fast Pitch Softball League.