On November 24th, 25th and 26th the Iroquois High School Student Government attended the New York State Council on Leadership and Student Activities State Conference held downtown at the Buffalo Convention Center. The group of 33 students and advisors, Mrs. Julie Muskopf and Mr. Rick Dombrowski, attended workshops, gained tools for combating prejudice, bullying, drugs, alcohol,and depression, experienced idea sharing, networking, team building and leadership training. For the past year, Iroquois junior Gunnar Haberl served as one of the two New York State Council on Leadership and Student Activities Board Representatives for the Western New York area. During the opening ceremony of the NYS CLSA State Conference, Gunnar was awarded two of the sevens cholarships that were given to students from all across New York State. The scholarships won were the Dale Hawley Scholarship, for leadership achievements on a local, state and national level as well as the Student Recognition Scholarship, which honors students who demonstrate outstanding leadership in their school, community and across the state. Gunnar who co-chaired the State Conference has been a member of the Iroquois Student Government for three years. At the conclusion of the State Conference, he along with fellow junior Paige Hapeman were elected to serve on the New York State Council on Leadership and Student Activities State Board for the 2014-2015 school year.