Q. When did you first start getting into student council?
A. I got into student council at Glen Este when I was in the 6th grade.
Q. What made you want to get into student council?
A. My sister was a high school junior at the time on Glen Este’s council, and I’d go to meetings wither her after school on Wednesdays because she was my ride home.
Q. What are some of your responsibilities as senior class president?
A. Designing and setting up decorations for dances, building parade floats, organizing pep rallies and fundraisers are some of the responsibilities.
Q. Is being class president a nerve-racking job?
A. Being class president, or on student council in general, is a big responsibility with many challenges that require hard work.
Q. Have you been involved in student council all four years of highschool?
A. I began helping set up for dances and building parade floats with my sister before I got into student council, so it was without question that I applied to be on the council my freshman year, and I’ve been on the council ever since.
Q. What privileges do you get from being class president, if any?
A. A major privilege being one of the major officers on the council is that all the administrators knowing you by name.
Q. What advice would you give to someone wanting to join student council?
A. My one piece of advice for anyone wanting to join STUCO is to just do it. Don’t hold back, give it your all, and above all else, have fun!
Student council is a great way to get involved with your school and make a change!