Activities Leadership Council
Program Purpose Statement
Francis Howell Howell North strives to develop student leaders both academically and athletically. The Activities Leadership Council will promote FHN activities with core values to enhance the vision of our programs.
FHN Core Values - S. H. I. E. L. D.
Sportsmanship - is defined as ethical, appropriate, polite and fair behavior while participating in a game or athletic event
Honesty - free of deceit and untruthfulness; sincere
Integrity - the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.
Excellence - the quality of being outstanding or extremely good; an outstanding feature or quality
Leadership - the action of leading a group of people or an organization
Determination - can be a decision, or the focus you need to get something done
“Why We Play?” Lessons for Life
Honor and Selflessness - Did you appreciate your Opponent?
Effective Communication - Did you conduct yourself well?
Play - Did you have fun?
Success and Ubuntu - Did you help someone else succeed?
Celebrating Mistakes - Did you improve since last time?
Dealing with adversity - Did you learn anything?
Responsibility and Perseverance - Did you develop any star qualities?
Learn from Winning and Losing - How students win, regardless of the outcome
Attitude and Effort - Did you do your best?
Chase Powelson - Cross Country, Basketball, B Volleyball
Chris Oswald - B Soccer
Katie Turnbeaugh - Student Leader
Anna Chowning - Student Leader, G Soccer
Aiden McDaniel - Football, Basketball
Grace Stevenson - G Volleyball, G Basketball, Track
Samantha Creary - G Soccer
Maddie Stock - Basketball
Maggie Hillman - Basketball, Lacrosse
Nick Gehricke - Football, Student Leaders
August 8, 2015 (MSHSAA Sportsmanship Summit)
September 23, 2015
September 30, 2015
October 14, 2015 (GAC Sports education Seminar)
November 4, 2015
November 18, 2015
December 9, 2015
“I am an Activities Director who helps coaches build student-athletes with integrity, fairness and compassion while competing and enjoying their experiences.” - Michael W. Janes