By Claire Krackow
The Executive Council has many ambitious students that make up their President, Vice president, Secretary and Treasurer. They are doing many important things in order to help their class become successful and to have an unforgettable prom in two years.
President of the sophomore class, Bradley Irizarry, says, "My job is mostly to provide fundraiser ideas, represent my class, and be at the most class events that I can make."
"I usually run the Executive Council meetings, and pretty much anything else they tell me to do. It all varies," Bradley says. "I like my class, I'm proud of them. Being president is fun. I like being a leader and that my class voted for me to be their president. My favorite part would be that I get to run the meetings."
Vice President Greg Thibault says, "As Vice President of our class, I am required to be a role model and to represent our class well. As far as the council goes, I am responsible to conduct the meeting if the President is not there. I am also present when we try to get something passed through our school Administration." Greg says. "I feel honored to be our class Vice President. I've always wanted to be a class officer, and I will use my position to benefit our class. I truly believe that our class is great, and it is my job to make sure that we end our high school careers with best prom and senior trip as possible."
The Secretary, Ellen Weaver, says, "I take notes during the meetings about the stuff we talk about and the changes we make. I enjoy being the Secretary, I think my class is great," Ellen says. "I always gotta know what's going on, I would love if my class was a little more involved though."
Treasurer, Heather Jackson says, "I handle money funding and how we're supposed to pay for things. I'm glad that the people that are in our positions are in that position because they're all responsible and they're good for that job," Heather says. "I like contributing my ideas, and I'm glad that everyone else can say whatever they want and contribute to what they think."
The 10th grade Executive Council is very successful in helping their class, and they will continue to be very successful and make the best class that they can with their next two years of High School.