Shaulis elected class president


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Jordan Moore (left) and Owen Shaulis (right) are the Vice-President and President of the senior class.

Mason Yingling, Staff Writer

The votes are in and the senior class officers have been selected. The Class of 2019 president is Owen Shaulis.

Jordan Moore was elected Vice-President, Brandie Ray Treasurer, and Cassidee Reiter secretary.

Owen Shaulis ran for president because of his leadership skills.

“I ran for president because I really enjoy being with our class and feel like I would be a great leader and plus it looks good on college applications.   I feel like I was elected because I am a good leader and a hard worker,” said Shaulis. “I plan to attend Duquesne University and study pharmacy.”

Jordan Moore feels like he has the work ethic to be fit for vice president.

“I ran for vice president because I feel like I would be able to do the most in this position.  They trust that with my hard work ethic I can help the class succeed,” he said.”I plan to go to college for 4-6 years in an engineering program.”

For Brandie Ray, her sense of running for treasurer was to stay involved in the community.

“I ran because I always had a large sense of community involvement so I wanted to be involved in creating our class reunions that would benefit our senior class.  I want to attend college and get my doctorate in psychology or move to law school,” said Brandie.

Cassidee Reiter ran for secretary to make her last good mark on Bellwood.

“I like being a leader and wanted this to kind of be my last mark on Bellwood.  I plan to attend a college not sure where yet but I plan to get a degree in the medical field,” she said.