The Action Award was presented to Zak Rudin in May for his strong leadership of the Logan Park Amnesty Club.
Zak is a Year 12 student who took over the role of leading the club this year and has shown a great deal of initiative and role modelling. He is the second recipient of the Action Award, fulfilling the leadership criterion of the award.
I’m sure we’ll see Zak continue to demonstrate leadership qualities and represent Logan Park High School’s values through Amnesty and other causes.
The Action Award is an initiative set up and funded by the student representative on the Board of Trustees, to reward students for showing initiative and being good citizens outside of the normal boundaries of academia, sports and cultural activities.
The Action Award presents a $50 prize to any student who demonstrates community service, leadership and/or innovative thinking, and offers the opportunity for recipients to be connected with mentors and experts from the wider community to assist in the development of any specific projects they wish to pursue.
Winners are selected by the Funding Committee of the LPHS Student Council and must be nominated by themselves, another student or a teacher.
Nominations can be made through a paper form at the student office or via this online form: https://goo.gl/forms/SCfmAWNu2okzFjoy2