Barry Named Adviser Of The Year

April 29, 1992

The Board of Education's student council adviser, Stephen G. Barry, has been named the Warren E. Shull Adviser of the Year for Maryland by the National Association of Student Councils.

"Barry has made outstanding contributions in the student activities program for Anne Arundel," Dale Hawley, director of student activities for the National Association of Secondary School Principals, said yesterday.

This is the fourth year for the Shull awards. Shull, the founder of the NASC, founded the organization 21 years ago as a high school student council president.

"Communities must recognize the importance of student activity programs to a total education if we are truly to prepare students for the future," Hawley said. "Academics are essential, but they are only a part of education. We must also teach young adults to lead, to follow, to work with other human beings."

Barry, who organized the Maryland Association of Student Councils' legislative programs and is an adviser to the Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils, was honored during National Student Leadership Week, April 26-May 2.

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