New StuCo officers ready to serve

Story by Savannah Alvis, Reporter

The school elected the 2019-2020 Student Council on March 20, 2019. Rising senior Kaden Kyrsa received the most votes for student council president for the 2019-2020 school year. Kyrsa ran against classmate Michael Reddick and it was the only office that needed an election.  

“I feel very proud that I have come such a long way since last year when I started. President Elect Kyrsa said. “The best feeling is knowing that next year I will be able to make an impact on my student council and the student body.”

Vice president Addie Sims, corresponding secretary Sydnee Summers, recording secretary Shannon Jeffries, and treasurer Aspen Treadwell all ran unopposed and were appointed by Student Council adviser Ms.Fran Burnett. Freshman Lacee Harris, recently elected class officer, enjoys being in Student Council and is excited for the future.

“I really like it and I know I can make a difference in the school,” Harris said.

Student Council hold executive officer elections first then elects each class officer. Returning class officer freshman Grace Iloilo loves the family she built joining student council.

“I really like getting involved in things in this school especially Fort Serves,” Iloilo said. “I like doing what I can to help the school and community.”

Each class has seven class officers represending their class. Returning class officer Sophomore Alaina Weber loves the family she has built in student council.

“You get to have a class with your friends that basically you get to consider family and you get to help the community,” Weber said.

The newly elected/appointed officers will meet May 21 after school in Ms.Burnett’s room to start planning next year’s StuCo activities. To stay up to date on StuCo, follow them on Twitter at @FortOstuco.