On Wednesday, May 9, over 70 students in Grades 5 to 12 from communities and schools across the entire Northern Lights Public Schools area met at the Bold Center in Lac La Biche on Wednesday for Northern Lights' 2018 My Voice Matters - Student Voice event. Eager and ambitious students heard from Kelly Lovell and Maurice Fritze about the importance of passion, persistence, and finding your voice.
"To create change and influence, you have to find your voice by taking action," Lovell said. "Every great change starts with action. . . but at the end of the day, if you’re not confident enough to share your story, it really doesn’t matter. Be confident that your voice deserves to be heard, that your ideas are worthy, and that your ‘why’ really matters. Your confidence is the most important thing. It’s what sets leaders apart. It’s what makes you strong. If you stand up and be proud, people will rally around you." Read More>>
Student Voice 2018
Photos from Northern Lights My Voice Matters - Student Voice event held at the Bold Center in Lac La Biche on May 9, 2018