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Seniors Topper Up as Liaisons to the Board


Kelly Misch
Communications Director
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August 26, 2023 — A warm welcome to the District's 2023-24 student liaisons to the Board of Education — Chardon High School seniors Jennifer Kogovsek and Madison Primc. Both Jen and Madison are serving on the 2023-24 CHS Executive Student Council as Lead Officers of Community Engagement, which includes the role of student liaison to the BOE.

Chardon High Schools seniors / Student Liaisons to the Board of Education Jennifer Kogovsek and Madison Primc 
at the Chardon Board of Education building on Aug. 21.

The two seniors report they are looking forward to sharing what CHS students are up to through school projects, athletics and clubs/extracurriculars.

As is Chardon Schools tradition for student liaisons to the BOE, Jen and Madison will collaborate on a slideshow each month and present it in-person to the Board. The Aug. 21 regular board meeting marked their debut presentation.

action photos of student liaisons at the podium at Aug. 21 regular board meeting
Chardon High Schools seniors / Student Liaisons to the Board of Education Jennifer Kogovsek and Madison Primc 
at the podium speaking to the Chardon Board of Education during the Aug. 21 regular board meeting.

CHS principal Doug Murray stated in an Aug. 22 email to the Kogovsek and Primc families, "I told Jen and Madison that the approach, presentation, delivery, and poise were so on point....We have some extraordinary leaders! They certainly #Topper'dUp."

In addition to Executive Student Council, Jen’s involvement at CHS includes National Honor Society Officer, Topperettes (football game dance team), Envirothon Leader, and CHS Drama Crew Member, while Madison is active as a National Honor Society Member, Lead Senior Mentor, Topperette, Model United Nations Member, and CHS Drama Crew Member. Just to name a few!

Additionally, both students were among five CHS delegates selected earlier this year for Buckeye Girls State 2023, an elite program through which student delegates learn — together with rising senior delegates from other Ohio schools —  about duties, privileges, rights, and responsibilities of good citizenship and conduct a state and local government simulation.

As the two liaisons look ahead to the Chardon “4E’s” and high school graduation this spring, each plans to “E”nroll in college. Jen is considering areas of study at this time, while Madison intends to major in either chemistry or neurobiology, on a pre-med track.

Chardon Schools looks forward to their continued Portrait of a Hilltopper leadership in this final year of their high school journey!

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