2021-2022 freshman class officer candidates begin campaigns

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Kerry Naylor

Freshman class officer candidates include: (on wall) Brooke Hescox, Holden Schreier and Cayden Pellegrine; (standing behind) Halee Young, Giana Juart, , Liliana Hardman, Allison Kendall, Leigha Clapper, and Emily Zacker. Missing from the photo was Morgan Kienzle.

Kyra Smithmyer , Staff Writer

A handful of students have signed up to become freshman class officers for 2021-2022.

Candidates will fill out posters about their position responsibilities and these will be posted on the walls in the downstairs hallway.

All classes from grades 9-12 will have their class officials elected in two weeks. \

Ninth grade candidates in particular are pumped to have the responsibility of class officer. Class officer positions are catching heat by the ninth graders. Many have signed up to be president and vice president but there can only be one.

A total of fifteen students signed up to run for ninth grade class officers. The competition begins with 5 freshmen who signed up for class president including Briley Campbell, Cayden Pellegrine, Hanna Waite, Allison Kendal, and Giana Juart. Vice presidential candidates include Lilly Hardman, Brayden Wenzel, and Holden Schreier.

There were three freshmen who signed up for Secretary including Morgan Kienzle, Ava Patton, and Emily Zacker. Treasurer prospects included Liam Maule, Leigha Clapper, and Brooke Hescox. There is one girl social chair nominee: Halee Young.

There were no boys nominated for boys social chair, but ninth grade class advisor Mr. Naylor said whichever boy receives the second most votes will be the boys social chair person.

All of these candidates have put together posters for their campaign this week.

There will be a fundraiser where candidates make and decorate containers to be set up outside the cafeteria to collect donations for the Miracle League in Altoona. The money collected does not count towards votes, but all students in the running must participate in the fundraiser.

Votes will be counted and officers will be elected on Tuesday the September 28.