Lynnfield High School
Lynnfield Middle School
Hi, my name is Evyenia Georges! I am a sophomore at Lynnfield High School. When I grow up, I hope to go into a profession that involves math and science. I have lived in Lynnfield for thirteen years. One of my favorite things about living in Lynnfield is how small the community is and how close-knit the people are. Being a part of the A Healthy Lynnfield Youth Council is important because I see the impact that we can have on our community. In the Youth Council, we can work to promote awareness about substance misuse to our fellow students. I believe that our work can be more successful in the youth when it is promoted by students. We must create a message for all students that will stick with them for life. Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts”. This quote stands out to me because I believe that each day is like a new sheet of paper with new opportunities to succeed.
Grade at Lynnfield Highschool: 10
How Long you have lived in Lynnfield: 12 years
Why being in AHL is important to me: I like the idea of having a positive impact and being involved in the community.
Favorite Quote: "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain"
Favorite thing about Lynnfield: I like the way everyone can come together and help each other for important things!
What I hope to be when I grow up: A politician or a pediatric doctor
Grade at Lynnfield High School: 10
How long you have lived in Lynnfield: 10 years
Why is being a part of the Youth Council important to me: Being a part of the Youth Council is important to me because I am passionate about advocating for substance abuse prevention and bettering the mental health of my community. Both of these issues have affected me and friends/family so being able to create change is important to me.
Favorite quote: "Books! And cleverness! There are more important things-friendship and bravery." - Hermione Granger
Favorite thing about Lynnfield: The close-knit community and how we come together to create change
What I hope to be when I grow up: Field/Trauma Surgeon
21 Lynnfield High School Students letting us know "Why they Stay Above the Influence"
Presentation of Youth Focus Group Results
INTERFACE is a non-crisis, free and confidential help and referral line for Lynnfield residents that offers assistance with outpatient mental health counseling services and general mental health resources.
Available Monday through Friday.