• December 19 NHS Blood Drive – (Upper Gym: 9:00AM-2:00PM)

  • December 18 PIHS Winter Concert – (Aud. – 7:00PM)

  • December 14 GT Poetry Outloud Competition – (PIHS Auditorium)

  • December 13 GT High School Performance Arts Day – (Limestone 9:00AM – 1:15PM)

  • December 12 Math Meet # 3 at Easton High School – (2:45PM – 6:00PM)

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Molly Kingsbury ’19
Q: What encouraged you to run?
A: Well, no one ran freshman year, so I decided to. I really like being involved and I feel connected to my class and you can talk to more people.
Q: What do you think makes you a leader?
A: I’m willing to take charge and listen to everyone’s opinion. I also try to please everyone.
Q: What are your goals for next year?
A: I want to make senior year memorable, and bring everyone together.
Q: What would your theme song as president be?
A: That’s a hard one… I’d have to say Don’t Stop Believing by Journey.
Q: Finally, if you could describe your class in one word, what would it be?
A: In one word? Fantastic.

Ethan Jackson ’19
Q: What encouraged you to run?
A: My friends thought it’d be fun if I was the president, I thought I could make meaningful decisions as the class president.
Q: What do you think makes you a leader?
A: I’m hands on. I like to make sure everything goes exactly how I want it. I like managing events and between you and me I love bossing people around
Q: What are your goals for next year?
A: To make our senior events the best ones in the schools history
Q: What would your theme song as president be?
A: God’s Plan obviously.
Q: Finally, if you could describe your class in one word, what would it be?
A: I’m going to cheat and use two. My class is hard working. We are group of motivated and excited individuals who are not afraid to do anything. We are a group of motivated and brilliant students.

Clara Kohlbacher ’20
Q: What encouraged you to run?
A: I ran for vice president freshman year, and I ran for president sophomore year and got it. I’d really like to stay president next year, too.
Q: What do you think makes you a leader?
A: I have a lot of attributes that it takes to be a good leader, and lots of experience too.
Q: What are your goals for next year?
A: My goals for next year are to catch up our funds. We quadrupled our account since freshman year, and I’d really like to keep it up junior year.
Q: What would your theme song as president be?
A: My song would probably be Don’t Stop Believing.
Q: Finally, if you could describe your class in one word, what would it be?
A: Wonderful.

Gabe Herweh ’20
Q: What encouraged you to run?
A: I want to make class better and make memories.
Q: What do you think makes you a leader?
A: I’m very committed to my job and I’m committed to helping my classmates and making them feel better.
Q: What are your goals for next year?
A: I’d like to provide more activities to make money and make this year our best.
Q: What would your theme song as president be?
A: God’s Plan.
Q: Finally, if you could describe your class in one word, what would it be?
A: Disorganized.

Landyn Newlands ’21
Q: What encouraged you to run?
A: I ran for president because I thought I could be a good advocate for my class and the students in it. If there was a problem, I wouldn’t have a hard time handling it or helping someone out when they need it.
Q: What do you think makes you a leader?
A: The things I believe make me a good leader are my abilities to speak one-on-one with people and help them with issues. I also work well with people.
Q: What are your goals for next year?
A: My goals for next year are to get the class to 5 thousand dollars, do more fundraisers, and have some great fun!
Q: What would your theme song as president be?
A: I would have to say, Don’t Stop Believing.
Q: Finally, if you could describe your class in one word, what would it be?
A: The word to describe my class would be courageous.

Cerena Wu ’21
Q: What encouraged you to run?
A: I wanted to be more involved with my class and I really enjoy participating in the school events, so doing what’s best for my class really inspired me to run, as well as people telling me I had good ideas.
Q: What do you think makes you a leader?
A: I think that my experiences with helping others and my strong work ethic makes me a good leader and keeps me organized and prepared. My peers definitely keep me motivated to do my best.
Q: What are your goals for next year?
A: My plans for next year are to have more fundraisers, it’s never too early to have a lot of them to save for goals we have in the future. Of course, we also want to have fun!
Q: What would your theme song as president be?
A: I’d say… Don’t Stop Believing. Have a lot of people done that?
Q: Finally, if you could describe your class in one word, what would it be?
A: My class? Inspiring.

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