Windsor High School Leadership Program, Coordinator with Lasting Student Impact
WINDSOR, Connecticut (WTNH) – At Windsor High School, Kendrick Moore is the school’s community resources coordinator. He is also the head of the leadership program encouraging students to get involved in their community. However, it’s not just the program that has an impact.
The Leadership Program is comprised of five individual programs: The Speed Pass Program, Big Sister Mentorship, Young Men’s Leadership, Leadership Council, and Athletes for Action.
Moore has been in this position for seven years, but he says it has always been a calling for him: “I wake up every morning thinking about how to change someone’s life and when these two get together, it is the perfect combination. ”
For his students, they admire him and admire him. Breon Parker, a junior leadership student, told News 8: “For Windsor, having Mr. Moore is just an honest blessing. Mr. Moore has done so much for the city, for us, for the school, I think he’s just an amazing guy who has a lot to teach and a lot to offer.
Moore says that’s exactly what he wants his students to feel: “Relationships develop over the course of these four years and they understand that they have someone by their side.”
Kruti Dharsandiya is a second year leadership student. She told News 8: “I have seen upper class and university students who have learned from these programs and have done very well, so I tell myself that this is an opportunity that I have to grab it. ”
The programs teach students more than leadership, Parker said, “I have definitely learned that responsibility and accountability are important in life and in taking it to the next level. ”
It’s a program that leads the lives of hundreds of high school students, but it’s Moore who has a lasting impact. He told News 8: “In order for me to maintain the stamina to support hundreds of different students each year, you have to be invested, you have to be fully invested and I have a great support system around. me. me who understands my passion and they allow me to do what I was put here for.