Model UN Seeking Solutions
Model UN Students Seeking Solutions for a Better Tomorrow
On the last weekend in February, thirteen Sayville members of the Model UN Club participated in the Fifth Annual Model UN Conference held at Hofstra University. Along with their High School Advisors LynnAnn Perlin and Sabine Loriston, the students attended the three-day event and met with other high school students from districts across Long Island as well as New York City schools. During the conference, they discussed global issues and developed possible resolutions to some of the world's most pressing issues.
At the closing ceremonies, two Sayville students received awards for their hard work and extensive research. Sean Barry won Honorable Mention for his work representing China in the water scarcity crisis and Emily Sneddon won Outstanding Delegate for her work representing China in the World Bank.
Pleased with all their students’ efforts, Advisors Perlin and Loriston expressed their special acknowledgements for Sean’s and Emily’s hard-won awards. “We are very proud of them and all they've accomplished!”