2020 Student Council Candidates

This Wednesday, eighth graders through juniors will be voting for the 2020 high school student council. Here are the candidates:

CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT

Kathryn Harada (’20)

“My leadership style is very strong but also very giving. I have things that I want to accomplish in certain ways, but I’m always open and willing to alter plans or ideas if it is better for others.”

CANDIDATE FOR VICE-PRESIDENT

Lyric Albios (’20)

“[An idea] that I have is to make volunteer opportunities from organizations outside of school more accessible for all students.”

CANDIDATE FOR VICE-PRESIDENT

Jeremy Oyer (’21)

“I believe the Student Council can make the school a better place by working cohesively with the student body and involving not just certain people, but all people in positive change for our school.”

CANDIDATE FOR VICE-PRESIDENT

Riyana Werny (’20)

How can the student council make the school a better place? “Get more recycling bins; better WIFI in the D building; therapy dogs during finals week.”

CANDIDATE FOR TREASURER

Cameron Chee (’20)

“My leadership style would be described as having ideas of my own but still being open to others.”

CANDIDATE FOR TREASURER

Elisabeth Dennis (’21)

“As a leader, I try to balance what people want with what will be best for the group as a whole.”

CANDIDATE FOR TREASURER

Aaron Omon (’22)

“I have a persistent desire to ensure that others are doing the right thing and making beneficial decisions for themselves and the team.”

CANDIDATE FOR RECORDING SECRETARY

Meredith Lau (’21)

“I think it would be nice if the student council could involve [students] through sending out surveys to ask about their opinions on different topics.”

CANDIDATE FOR RECORDING SECRETARY

Kai Moriyama (’22)

“I like to lead by example. When making decisions, I carefully consider different options that would benefit the people. I like to communicate so people understand why we are doing something and how we are going to accomplish it.”

CANDIDATE FOR RECORDING SECRETARY

Aimee Terashima (’20)

“The student council could have a larger role in both the school community and with outside organizations.”

CANDIDATE FOR CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

Arielle Cook (’23)

“The student council could try to improve the attitude of the school by promoting good speech habits, [ones that are] not so negative and cynical.”

CANDIDATE FOR CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

Lydia Lan (’21)

“I want to represent everyone, especially those who are quieter and don’t often get a voice.”

CANDIDATE FOR CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

Nathan Pilar (’20)

“I get the job done. Whatever you want, I will accomplish your greatest desires. Don’t take criticism too seriously [but] see it as room to improve.”

CANDIDATE FOR CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

Reese Yoshikawa (’21)

“I lead by listening to others and their opinions and thoughts because that is the best way to know how to make people happy.”

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