Students at Second Baptist High School tackle world problems
Second Baptist High School tackle problems facing the world Thursday, Dec. 13.
According to a school release, "The event was divided into a simulation of the modern day United Nations and a simulation of a historical United Nations; in this case, the historical model was from 1950. Students represented the nations of Egypt and Slovakia in the modern session. They were able to debate, pass legislative propositions and form alliances all within the context of representing their nations interests."
"Acting as Director of the CIA, we planned the invasion of Korea and destroyed communism. I was constantly receiving intelligence reports and reviewing options to assassinate and infiltrate. CIMUN allowed the delegates to make decisions and pass resolutions that had effects that could be seen in real-time, making CIMUN a unique experience," said L. Britt Snider, director of the CIA, according to the release.
"I learned that in order to act effectively, a real understanding of your country's sentiments and history must be present," said Elizabeth Mayes, according to the release.
Second Baptist High School is at 6410 Woodway Drive, Houston.
The mission of Second Baptist School is to train students in areas of knowledge that will allow them to understand clearly, to think deeply, to judge wisely, and to have the courage to live their lives on the great principles and convictions of biblical truth as they engage an innovative and digitally-based global community.
For more information, call 713-365-2314.
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