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Classes meet for election speeches and class business
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Cast your vote. Denver Miller ’26 gives her speech on why her classmates should vote for her for class president. “I’m proud of myself for coming out of my shell,” Miller ’26 said. We will be able to cast our votes as soon as the Google Form is sent out.

On Thursday, May 23 we held our spring class meetings. These meetings gave students in classes of 2027, 2026, and 2025 a chance to campaign for class officer positions for 2025. These meetings were held during first period. The freshmen met in the cafeteria, the sophomores met in the lower gym, and the juniors met in the auditorium.

As far as office positions, there was the option to run for president, vice president, treasurer, social media manager and student council. In the sophomore class, Denver Miller and Keira Tompkins ran for president, Eli Mosher ran for vice president, Rhianna Desjardins ran for treasurer, Kayla Libby and Emerson Miller ran for social media manager, and there were six candidates who ran for five student council seats. “I wanted to run, because quite a few people told me to, and I thought it would be fun,” Denver Miller ‘26 said.

These students gave speeches on why we should vote for them and mentioned interesting issues such as parking and the hat rule. We will be able to vote for these positions as soon as the Google Form is sent out by Student Council adviser, Mr. P.

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