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VCS holds Aspiring Leader Academies Inservice Day

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VALDOSTA – Valdosta City Schools recently held the Aspiring Leader Academies Inservice Day to understand effective leadership.


The Aspiring Leader Academies Inservice Day proved to be a pivotal moment for individuals seeking to understand the fundamental question of “WHY” they aspire to lead. The event brought together aspiring leaders eager to share ideas and cultivate their understanding of effective leadership. Facilitated by Mr. Moody and Mr. Hart from Valdosta High School, the inservice day was characterized by engaging presentations, meaningful conversations, and interactive activities aimed at shedding light on the intricacies of leadership. Participants gained valuable insights into the day-to-day challenges and responsibilities faced by leaders, fostering a deeper comprehension of the leadership journey.

One of the highlights of the inservice day was the mentorship component, where mentors and mentees were paired up to facilitate a supportive environment for learning and growth. Through these connections, participants had the opportunity to engage in fellowship and collaborative discussions, sharing their experiences and aspirations. The assigned mentors provided guidance, and mentees had the chance to delve into shadowing activities, gaining practical exposure to the roles and responsibilities of leaders. The Aspiring Leader Academies Inservice Day not only fostered a sense of community among the participants but also equipped them with the knowledge and inspiration needed to embark on their leadership journey with purpose and conviction.