ASB Student Body Elections
On April 8, South students voted for ASB positions as well as class presidents, secretaries, and treasurer. Many of the candidates went all out with their campaigns in order to inform voters about the plans for what they would do if they were to be elected. Some of the candidates running used humorous slogans or pictures, while others went for a more polished or professional look.
“Secretaries for the most part really work to help out with the president and vice president, so looking at the beginning of the year, we focus a lot on homecoming, that’s the major thing in the beginning of the year so I’ll be helping out with that,” senior ASB Secretary, Bailey Flint ‘17 said.
Those running all had different goals, but one thing is for certain that they all want to improve their graduating class to best of their ability. Many new and innovative ideas have been proposed in the candidates speeches as well as their campaign election. For example, ASB President Rylie Tiffin 17’ wants to focus on breaking the metaphorical wall that stands between and separates students.
“What I want to do with this school is to help unite it. We have a huge gap between IB kids and non-IB kids, as well as music kids and non-music kids, and finally athletes and non-athletes,” Tiffin said.
Alongside Tiffin, the other ASB officers include Kaitlyn Paluska ‘17, Bailey Flint ‘17 as ASB Secretary, and Joy Day ‘18. The senior officers include, Conrad Thompson ‘17 as Secretary, Mateo Re-Rosa ‘17 as Vice President, and Adrianna Cordova ‘17 as President. Other class presidents include Mckenzie Stones ‘18 for junior class president and Noah Brown ‘19 for sophomore class president.