Student Council rejuvenates school spirit, displays promise

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Student Relations Officer Sam Nordloh (right) indulges in the beloved root beer kegs. The kegs are provided by the Student Council as part of the annual Walk-A-Thon that helps raises money for all upcoming Student Council events. Photo by: Damon Shekari
Student Relations Officer Sam Nordloh (right) indulges in the beloved root beer kegs. The kegs are provided by the Student Council as part of the annual Walk-A-Thon that helps raises money for all upcoming Student Council events. Photo by: Damon Shekari

With the introduction of our new president Ryan Chandler, Student Council has been totally revamped.

In addition to a completely new website for Student Council, all of the annual events are better than ever before.

Chandler emphasized improvements to Walk-a-Thon, the addition of new events in the first semester, and the triumphant return of Fall Olympics.

“I have been in Student Council for 4 years and this is the most dedicated group that I have seen,” Chandler says. “I couldn’t be happier with the representatives that have been elected. Everybody is putting a lot of effort into putting on the best events possible.”

“We have really been working hard on Fall Olympics and Walk-a-Thon, we are adding more games and organized events, for Walk-a-Thon we will actually give you all the events and games you pay for.”

Jake Johnson, Senior Class Representative

The Student Council meets as a whole for an hour or more twice a month to accomplish the broad subjects. In addition to this, there are smaller committees for the single events that meet every week to discuss the details of each event.

“There are Student Council members working with me and Mr. O’Brien in his office after school almost every day. Last year I feel like students were less enthusiastic about STH because the school events were taken less seriously. This year I can feel that school spirit is much higher because of all the effort we put in. Not only the Student Council, but also the efforts of the Eagle Guard and the administration are bringing back STH.”

Ryan Chandler, Student Body President

With all groups for school events working in unison it makes the planning of all events simpler and allows them all to work like a well-oiled machine.

Here is the schedule of events that Student Council is putting on in the first semester:

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