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Wisconsin Student Named the National PTA Outstanding Youth Advocate of the Year

04/26/2019


Chloe Mattes, a senior at William Horlick High School in Racine was recently named the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Outstanding Youth Advocate of the Year. The award is given to “a young person—who—through his or her creativity, leadership, and dedication, has positively affected policy or change in his or her school or community in a way that aligns with PTA’s mission and goals.” (National PTA, 2019).

Mattes received the award during the 2019 National PTA Legislative Conference on March 13 in Arlington, Virginia.

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