KSHSAA selects Kalscheur for SAT
By Emily Garcia
Every year since 1996, the administrative staff of the Kansas State High School Activities allows each Kansas high school the opportunity to nominate one male and one female student to represent their school on the Student Advisory Team.
This year Maddie Kalscheur, a junior at Dodge City High School, was one of the 12 Kansas students to be selected as a student leader on the SAT.
Students on the SAT must be a junior in high school and serve a two-year term.
According to the KSHSAA website, the role of student leaders on the SAT is to provide input to the executive board,board of directors,and association staff regarding KSHSAA issues.
The student must serve as a sounding board on proposals affecting students, provide input at association meetings regarding proposals,network and communicate with other students regarding committee positions and express student opinions regarding KSHSAA activities and rules.
The SAT meets twice a year, once in October and once in March.
‘We appreciate the efforts
of the Student Advisory Team as they serve the KSHSAA and our member schools,’KSHSAA executive director Gary Musselman said in a press release. ‘It is important to provide a student voice to the KSHSAA.”
Kalscheur currently serves on the Tournament of Champions committee at DCHS.