Clovis East Leadership
Thank you to those who attended the 2016 CUSD Leadership Camp! Here's a glimpse into the fun in case you missed it.
Being involved in Leadership is both an honor and a tremendous responsibility as you will have the opportunity to get involved in a way no one else is on campus and you will also have the challenge of positively impacting our school’s culture. Being in leadership is going to take a lot of dedication and hard work, but it will all be worth it.
I’d like to introduce myself. My name is Mrs. Burress and I am the Activities Director at Clovis East High School and one of your leadership teachers. You will be working with me, leadership teacher and assistant athletic director, Mrs. Capshew, your class and club advisors, and the administration throughout the upcoming year.
This year’s theme is Honoring our Past, Inspiring the Future! Our focus is to continue to honor the traditions before us while increasing pride, school spirit and unity. As a leadership group, we work each day to make a positive change and a true difference in the lives of the staff and students at Clovis East High School. Let’s work together to make EVERYONE proud to be a part of the Wolfpack!
Thank you again for signing up to be a part of ASB Leadership; I am sure you’ll find the experience extremely worthwhile. I look forward to a tremendous year!
If I can be of any help, please feel free to contact me at 559.327.4318.
Reyburn Leadership is a year long elective class offered to both seventh and eighth grade students. Students must apply when they register for their classes and 25 students from those applications will be selected and enrolled into the class.
Leadership students are the behind the scenes workers, planners and doers for all of Reyburn's events including award ceremonies, rallies, dances, lunch time activities, Red Ribbon Week, staff appreciation days... and many more! While they're highly involved on Reyburn's campus they're also community service oriented students. Students are required to complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service throughout the school year. Reyburn Leadership students also volunteer as a class for various organizations including Toys for Tots, American Cancer Society, HandsOn Central California, the Valley Animal Center, etc.
Leadership applications for the 2017-18 school year are no longer being accepted. If you have any questions regarding Reyburn's Leadership program don't hesitate to contact Reyburn's Activities Director, Miss Kaitlin Kruser at 559-327-4500 or email@example.com