Brentwood High Youth and Government delegates return from state House with awards


Brentwood High Youth and Government delegates return from state House with awards

BRENTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Brentwood High School’s delegation returned with a number of awards from the 66th Annual YMCA Youth and Government Conference April 11-14 at the House chambers in the Tennessee state capitol.

Youth and Government is a nationwide civic engagement and servant leadership program that provides students in middle school, high school, and college with the opportunity to represent and serve their communities through model government, leadership and professional development, advocacy, and service-learning.

Students who attended the state conference are pictured above. Below is a list of awards that the students brought home.

The Jenny Faenza Outstanding Justice Award:  Elizabeth Qiao

Red House Outstanding Statesperson: Megan Young

Red Senate Outstanding Statesperson:  Abbie Cate

White Senate Outstanding Statesperson:  Rohan Gupta and Patrick Baugh

Blue  Senate Outstanding Statesperson:  Maxwell Aulino

Outstanding Bills: 

Megan Young and Aspen Martin

Quinn Cunneely and Emma Rutherford

Hugh Stacey and Bryant Crewse

Chosen  as a National Affair Delegate for the State of Tennessee: Garrett Linney

Elected as Chief Clerk of the Red House:  Brenden Burke

Elected as the White Lieutenant Governor:  Heather Yan

Elected as the Chief Clerk of the White House:  Ella Hunter

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