The Shakopee Rotary Club hosted an all-day ethics workshop for 48 juniors and seniors from Shakopee High School last week. The workshop included ethical discussions, video and role-play.
The workshop, which the Eagan Rotary Club developed, is part of the Shakopee Rotary Club's commitment to helping educate future leaders, said Barb Danielson in an email to Patch. Danielson is a member of the Shakopee Rotary Club and attended the workshop.
Students provided positive remarks about the workshop on a survey given to them at the end of the day.
"They had a wonderful day learning about ethics!" said Danielson.
There were 10 members of the Shakopee Rotary Club who attended and helped lead small group discussions. Special guests had lunch with the students: Shakopee Police Chief Jeff Tate, Scott County Sheriff Kevin Studnicka, Shakopee Mayor Brad Tabke and Shakopee School District Superintendent Rod Thompson.
The ethics workshop was held at McKenna Crossing in Prior Lake on Thursday, Dec. 14.