Teen Leadership Corps students storm NHS

Among the featured speakers at the all-day event were Huron High School football coach Tony Legando.
Cary Ashby
Nov 10, 2012

More than 300 students from 17 area schools attended the second annual Teen Leadership Corps conference this week.

Norwalk High School (NHS) hosted the free event Thursday at the Ernsthausen Community Center. In addition to NHS, students and teachers from St. Paul, Monroeville, Willard, Bellevue and EHOVE Career Center attended.

Among the featured speakers at the all-day event were Huron High School football coach Tony Legando, the founder of the Kick-It and Flashes of Hope national non-profit organizations and representatives for the Cleveland Indians.

A story about this event was published in Saturday's Reflector.