Every candidate stood behind a podium at the center of the school gym and highlighted their vision of how they would change the school for the better if elected.
The candidates in the 2019-2020 student council election are as follows:
In their speeches, the candidates touched on a wide variety of goals.
Vice presidential candidate Josh Dix campaigned for new Bluetooth printers in the computer lab and library. He also suggested the creation of a high school student lounge for students with good grades.
Carolyn Schultz also ran for vice president, expressing her goals of increasing community involvement in the school and securing more test preparation and study days for significant tests like the ACT and SAT.
Presidential candidate Mason DeFoe focused mainly on updating technology. DeFoe’s agenda included new Bluetooth printers and charging stations for phones and laptops.
While DeFoe focused on new technology, his opponent, Ty Warbis, highlighted the need for more rewards for successful academics.
After the candidates concluded their speeches, the entire student body voted on who should represent them in the student council.
The results for the 2019-2020 student council are as follows: