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Alexander Sventeckis

Seventh-Grade Student

Sycamore School

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Sycamore School

1750 W. 64Th Street

Indianapolis, Indiana,46260

United States

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At Sycamore, we strive to help gifted students become gifted humans - people who are comfortable in their own skin, who think clearly and potently, and who engage the gifts they've received with humility and a determination to make the most of their lives. M...more

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WASHINGTON -- Alex Sventeckis, of Fishers, joined 200 middle school students from the United States at the Junior National Young Leaders Conference July 30-Aug. 4.The conference introduced the students to the tradition of leadership in the United States, offered workshops and the chance to visit national landmarks.Students learned about U.S. leaders and historic figures and studied the Civil War, World War II, Depression and the civil-rights movement.Sventeckis is a student at Sycamore School.Email this Print this Send letter to editor


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