With the end of the school year just a couple months away, it is again time for student council elections.
This year, four offices have one candidate running unopposed, with the other two having two students in the running.
In the presidential office, the sole candidate is junior Allie Reed. She has been a student council participant since freshman year, is currently president of the junior class.
Regarding her motivation for running, Reed said, “I have always looked up to the person in the presidential position, and see it as an opportunity to create good within the club.”
“I have been incredibly dedicated to STUCO throughout my high school career,” Reed said Through that time, I have not only been able to learn everything about how STUCO runs, but I have that passion and motivation to try and make it better.”
Reed continued, “I feel like it would not only be a great opportunity for me, but I would love to bring so many things to the club, to help benefit everyone as a whole and to make a better school community.”
Other candidates running unopposed include junior Patrick Lee for secretary, junior Peyton St. James for historian, and junior Amanda Rodriguez for public relations (PR) officer.
Sophomore Caroline Gillow and junior Mary Claire Wolk are running for vice president. For treasurer, junior Quin Dolan and freshman Matthew Curtis are running.
Elections will take place March 28 during sixth hour.
This is Maeve Taylor’s first year on the Echo. She made several contributions to the Echo while taking journalism her freshman year.