WelcomeThe Leadership Class, along with Capuchino’s elected Student Council Officers and Clubs, plans, implements and evaluates student activities that seek to educate, celebrate, and acknowledge the co-curricular components of campus life. Leadership means taking steps to create positive change in the situations those students are involved in. The Leadership class provides opportunities for students to develop their own style and interpretation of “leadership”. Students design, plan and create activities for the school community. We the student government of Capuchino High School aim to passionately empower the students of Capuchino by maintaining a culture of pride and inclusivity. We aspire to be independently motivated leaders who adapt to change and grow as a unit towards greater leadership skills.
Fire Relief Drive Food Donations!
Thanks go out to all of you who donated food to our fire relief drive food donation rounds in November 2020. We received approximately 717 pounds in a two-week span. The donations have been collected, cleaned and delivered to local food banks supporting three different Bay Area counties impacted by the California wildfires. Special thanks also go out to the leadership students who volunteered to come on campus to help sort the collections. Thank you to everyone for your time, energy and positive actions. Give Help-Give Hope.
Cap Special Connections at Mills!
Capuchino Leadership students participated in a field trip to Mills for a Special Connections event....A huge special shout out and kudos go to Matt Rossillon and Jeff Torres for going the extra mile to set up a Special Connections soccer event on Friday October 25th. They organized a 2 hour indoor soccer clinic that allowed students and staff of all ages and abilities to practice and play soccer with one another. Capuchino's Leadership Special Connections Commission joined forces with the Mills Buddies to lead drills for the following programs:Falco - HOPE Program, students from this class helped support playersMartinez - AAC Autism ProgramMyers - AAC Autism ProgramBatman - AACStoddard - County ProgramAshbaugh - County ProgramAt the end of the drill rotations, all participants were brought onto the gym floor to play together as one. The event ended with an impromptu dance session and congo line that showed how important it is to for all groups to come together to have some fun!Thank you to all the athletes, student leaders, chaperones, families and friends that were in attendance.Capuchino Leadership would like to thank the Mills students who lead each station with pride and made the event fun for the athletes. We would also like to thank the teachers that made our trip possible: Ms. Maund, Mr. Mifsud, and Mr. Bywater. Lastly, thank you to the Capuchino Leadership students who took time out of their school day to support the amazing event.