Crockett Middle School student’s Eagle service project benefits Seguin Elementary School

Christion Chancellor is shown near the playground benches he installed at Seguin Elementary School as part of his Eagle service project.

Christion Chancellor is shown near the playground benches he installed at Seguin Elementary School as part of his Eagle service project.

Seguin Elementary School students and staff are enjoying a new feature on their campus thanks to Christian Chancellor, an eighth-grade student at Crockett Middle School.

Chancellor, a scholar-athlete and member of Boy Scout Troop 148, recently completed his Eagle Scout service project at the school, which involved installing two in-ground benches on the elementary school’s playground. Chancellor joined the scouting program in 2008 at age 6, as a Tiger Cub Scout in Pack 1776. His goal has always been to complete his Eagle project by 8th grade and earn his Eagle rank before 9th grade.

For his Eagle service project, Chancellor decided to contribute to the beautification of his former elementary school. He led a team of Scouts, Scouters and members of the Missouri City-Sugar Land Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Alumni Chapter in preparing the ground and installing the benches at Seguin.

In addition to being an active member of Boy Scout Troop 148, the oldest active Troop in Sugar Land (chartered more than 60 years ago), Chancellor is also president of the Missouri City-Sugar Land Kappa League.

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