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  And yet again, Liberty North has succeeded at another “first”! This past Friday, our very own Liberty North Student Council attended the Northwest District Conference Meeting for the Missouri Association of Student Councils. While attending this conference is a set-in-stone routine for our school’s council, members completed a job well done at fulfilling their elected term as the District First Vice President school.

  As you may recall, at this time last year, over 80 members in the council took a compelling “First VP” campaign to the Districts Meeting, winning the honor over several other schools. This win scored the council the role of assisting Park Hill South High School in running the 2016 Districts Meeting that took place this past Friday, September 29th.

  Specifically, Liberty North students in “STUCO” were hard at work to coordinate over 27 workshops that nearly 1,000 council members from across the district attended. The Special Events Committee, who specifically oversaw this undertaking, experimented with multiple ways to organize the workshops, completed countless hours hand-cutting arranged “tickets”, and even presented their own prepared seminar.  All of this organized chaos paid off, though, as student leaders across our great district grew inspired as each workshop progressed, learning to become better for their schools. Throughout the day, students networked, shared ideas, encouraged one another and reenergized in gusto. These 1000 leaders now return to their schools and communities better than ever to serve those around them.

  Even beyond what other schools annually return home feeling, Liberty North’s Student Council walked away from the 2016 Northwest District Conference Meeting having excelled at their latest growth opportunity. The challenges faced while campaigning, organizing, and executing during their term as District First Vice President was a team effort, bonding the members in leadership and accomplishment. This most certainly will not be the last of Liberty North Student Council’s conference endeavors because even as this is being read, members are hard at work preparing for the FIRST EVER Region 6 National Conference for Student Councils.. But.. that’s a different story for a different time!

{For more information about Student Council’s latest endeavors, check out the Liberty North Student Council website, http://ln-lps-ca.schoolloop.com/stuco!}

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Kendall Steinmetz, Lifestyle Editor

Kendall Steinmetz, reporting for duty! This 2015-2016 school year as a junior is pretty darn awesome-possum, if I do say so myself. This year, I am the Lifestyle section editor for Eagle’s View. Outside of running around finishing stories and pages, I continue to run mid-distance for track. Along with being the chair of the PR committee in STUCO, I also am involved in DECA, Student Ambassadors, Key Club, Cupcake Appreciation Club (Yes, it is real. And yes, it is as amazing as it sounds) and more.

Way back when, I decided to join newspaper because I love creative writing. Communication Arts has always been a favorite subject of mine but it can be difficult to write what you want when smooshed between the two boulders of time and curriculum necessities, (I mean, who really needs parallel sentences when you can write about whatever your brain can conjure up?). I wanted to write about fashion trends and health secrets and DIY this or thats and after a year of reporting, I am now the section editor for the section that does just that on the daily!

After highschool I am looking to attend UMKC or the University of Missouri. While there, I hope to earn my MBA with a possible minor in fashion marketing. I am striving to be an entrepreneur of my own company which produces amazing, yet modest, clothing to help teach girls their worth is not in how much skin is on display. I want my brand to show girls that modesty does not mean frumpy or unfashionable, and instead, beautiful and classy. Part of the company’s proceeds will go to a charity (right now I’m looking into providing uniforms for kids in third-world countries so they may attend school and flee from poverty) so I can help serve as much as possible while still residing in the intriguing world of business.

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