Mount Gilead students attend retreat


Thirty-two students in the Mount Gilead High School Career Based Intervention (CBI) Program recently spent a day on the annual CBI Retreat. The students were accompanied by Mr. Allison, CBI Coordinator, and Mrs. Cassidy, Intervention Specialist. The Retreat is an opportunity away from school to learn about teamwork and leadership skills. The students were divided into teams and worked together to solve challenges and participate in contests to build their teamwork skills. There was also time for a picnic lunch and some fun activities like fishing and cornhole.

Thirty-two students in the Mount Gilead High School Career Based Intervention (CBI) Program recently spent a day on the annual CBI Retreat. The students were accompanied by Mr. Allison, CBI Coordinator, and Mrs. Cassidy, Intervention Specialist. The Retreat is an opportunity away from school to learn about teamwork and leadership skills. The students were divided into teams and worked together to solve challenges and participate in contests to build their teamwork skills. There was also time for a picnic lunch and some fun activities like fishing and cornhole.


Thirty-two students in the Mount Gilead High School Career Based Intervention (CBI) Program recently spent a day on the annual CBI Retreat. The students were accompanied by Mr. Allison, CBI Coordinator, and Mrs. Cassidy, Intervention Specialist. The Retreat is an opportunity away from school to learn about teamwork and leadership skills. The students were divided into teams and worked together to solve challenges and participate in contests to build their teamwork skills. There was also time for a picnic lunch and some fun activities like fishing and cornhole.

Thirty-two students in the Mount Gilead High School Career Based Intervention (CBI) Program recently spent a day on the annual CBI Retreat. The students were accompanied by Mr. Allison, CBI Coordinator, and Mrs. Cassidy, Intervention Specialist. The Retreat is an opportunity away from school to learn about teamwork and leadership skills. The students were divided into teams and worked together to solve challenges and participate in contests to build their teamwork skills. There was also time for a picnic lunch and some fun activities like fishing and cornhole.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2018/10/web1_DSCN0953.jpgThirty-two students in the Mount Gilead High School Career Based Intervention (CBI) Program recently spent a day on the annual CBI Retreat. The students were accompanied by Mr. Allison, CBI Coordinator, and Mrs. Cassidy, Intervention Specialist. The Retreat is an opportunity away from school to learn about teamwork and leadership skills. The students were divided into teams and worked together to solve challenges and participate in contests to build their teamwork skills. There was also time for a picnic lunch and some fun activities like fishing and cornhole.