Hear from the Voice of Your Student Council Officers

Priyunka Maheshwari, Feature Editor

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Last week students were elected as student council class officers. These students were elected by their peers in open voting and will represent their respective classes in student council decisions. Here is what they have to say:

Senior President Brittany Von Oldenburg: “I was a member of student council for four years, last year as the vice president of the junior class. I really enjoyed trying to make the school better and enjoyed my leadership role.”

Senior Vice President Danielle Esteban: “I am honored to get to represent my class during my senior year.”

Senior Secretary DeeDee Woche: “I want to have an impact on the senior class and make it a great year.”

Senior Treasurer Hannah Von Oldenburg: “I was treasurer for the last two years and had such a good time I decided to continue and make it the best year.”

Junior Vice President Christopher Fernandes: “I ran so I could get involved in the school and use my leadership position to make positive changes.”

Junior Secretary Haley Conroy: “It is exciting to be elected because it is an honor to be given the chance to make a difference in school.”

Junior Treasurer Savannah Cavanaugh: “It is an honor because it means your class believes that you have the ability to enact change and make the school a better place.”

Junior Historian Makenna Callen: “I ran because I wanted to be a better leader for the school and make everyone more involved in student council.”

Sophomore Vice President Chloe Christian: “I’ll voice thoughts and ideas of fellow classmates.”

Sophomore Secretary Kimberly Pena: “I ran because I think it’s important to help get the voice of my class heard throughout school. It’s fun and a good way to be involved.”

Sophomore Treasurer Nikki Keys: “As treasurer, I plan to do everything in my best ability to represent the sophomore class by overseeing how the money is spent responsibly.”

Sophomore Historian Taylor Goodman: “Being elected means people think I’m a leader and can do the job I was elected for.”

Freshman Vice President Sarah Engen: “I’m excited to help represent the freshman class.”

Freshman Treasurer Danielle LeBleu: “I wanted to do something for the school because it’s such a great school and I’m good with numbers so I figured I’d be a great fit.”

 Junior President Taylor Christensen, Sophomore President Alex Lutz and Freshman President Cassidy Cavanaugh could not be reached.

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