Warren E Shull
Adviser of the Year
High School Division State Nominee
Center Grove High School
Each year IASC chooses a nominee for the National Association of Student Council’s Warren Shull High School Adviser of the Year Award. Warren E. Shull founded the NASC in 1931. It is in his honor and memory that we have chosen our Indiana nominee for this national award, the adviser of at Center Grove HighSchool, Mrs. Amy Fix.
Mrs. Fix has been one of the student council advisers at Center Grove for the past 6 years. She was the adult co-chair for housing when Center Grove hosted the 2003 High School Division State Convention. She was the director of Student Leadership Institute for four years and currently is the adult chair for the 2010 NASC National Conference scheduled for June 26-29th this summer. For the past three years, she has trained her students in the RSVP process and conducted over 12 all-school summits to raise student voice in her school.
Mrs. Fix’s strong belief in student empowerment has elevated her council’s achievement level higher each year. Her fun-loving, high energy style motivates all those around her. The qualities emulated by the life of Warren E. Shull are evident in the daily work and life goals of Amy Fix. Her hard-work, perseverance, and dedication to youth empowerment have made her a gift to her students and her peers. Nominating her for this award is, indeed, an honor and somewhat of a miracle, since she is too humble to believe that her work is more exemplary than countless other worthy advisers.
Known as Momma Fix by many of her students, she is the wife of Matt, the daughter of Linda and Mike and the mommy of Nathan and Abby Grace. Obviously she is the role model for many.
In recognition of her service to her local school, her dedication to IASC and her belief that young people can change the world, it is my honor to name Mrs. Amy Fix, the Indiana nominee for the NASC’s Warren E Shull Adviser of the Year.
*Presented at the High School Division Representative Assembly at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, March 9, 2010.