Student Council and Class Elections

Student Council and Class Elections

 

Student Council and Class Elections were held on Friday, September 6, 2019 at Carbondale Area Junior/Senior High School.  The following students were chosen to represent their respective classes.

7th Grade President:  Abigail Wall

8th Grade President:  Max Rosler

9th Grade President:  Josh Berg

10th Grade President:  Alyssa Cosklo

11th Grade President:  Anthony Mustica

 

12th Grade Officers:

Treasurer:  McKinley Borders

Secretary: Alex Granville

Vice-President:  Emma Jones

President:  Olivia Manarchuck

 

Student Council Officers:

Historian:  Emma Jones

Treasurer:  Bayley Grizzanti

Secretary:  Connor Eibach

Vice-President:  Alyssa Cosklo

President:  Olivia Manarchuck

 

The advisors for the group are Mrs. Joanna Grizzanti and Ms. Teressa Dombrosky.  Congratulations to this year’s Class Leaders.

In the picture from Left:

Front Row: Alex Granville, Alyssa Cosklo, Abby Wall, Olivia Manarchuck, Emma Jones, Max Rosler, & McKinley Borders

Back Row – Mrs. Joanna Grizzanti, Advisor, Bayley Grizzanti, Connor Eibach, Anthony Mustica, & Josh Berg

 

I’m speaking with Olivia Manarchuck who is both President of the Senior Class and President of Student Council.  I asked Olivia what her goals are for this year and she said: “I will use all of my energy to make Student Council more active engaging all members during meetings in the hopes of planning many activities that support our community.  I’d like to be a voice for the students in my class who are sometimes left out of the planning and activities.  I’d like to come up with lots of ideas that can help our Student Council be the best it can be.  Once we have the thoughts, I’d like to be sure to be pro-active and follow through to make sure these concepts get implemented.  We hope to encourage all of our clubs to do more service activities as well as trips to broaden our horizons. Since this is my last chance to lead, I’d like to set a good example for others to follow after I graduate.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Council and Class Elections were held on Friday, September 6 at Carbondale Area.  I’m speaking with Connor Eibach who was elected secretary of the Student Council.  I asked Connor how he felt about being chosen to lead his class in this role and what his goals were for this year and he said, “I look forward to making many wonderful memories in senior year with peers that I’ve spent most of my life with.  These friends will go off in many different directions after we graduate, so I’m hoping to make the most of the time we have left together as a class. It’s going to be a big year – lots of planning and preparing for our futures.  I want to be sure to enjoy the present moment as well.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m speaking with Max Rosler who was recently elected to be the President of her eighth-grade class.  I asked her how she feels about being selected and what her goals are for her class this year and she responded, “The things that I wish to achieve or accomplish as eighth grade class president are to ask my fellow classmates if they have any ideas for things to do during the school year that would promote school spirit.  I would like to implement these ideas and make sure to have fun throughout this year.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Council and Class Elections were held on Friday, September 6 at Carbondale Area.  I’m speaking with Alexandria Granville who was elected Senior Class Secretary.  I asked Alex how she felt about being chosen for this position and what her goals were for this year and she said, “I enjoyed the many Student Council activities that I got to participate in throughout the past years.    I also liked being in a leadership role because I made sure that my class’s opinions were heard and understood.  That’s why I decided to run this year.  Of course, I was honored to win the election because that means my classmates think I’m a good leader.  Senior Year is the most important year of all with many activities and decisions that will play a major role in our future lives.   This gives us a bigger say in what goes on and I like being a part of that.  I’d like to major in Education in college so this role will give me lots of experience in dealing with all kinds of people.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m speaking with Josh Berg who was recently chosen to be the President of his ninth-grade class.  I asked him how he feels about being selected and what his goals are for his junior year and he responded, “I’d like to be a mouthpiece for my class.  I’d like to take their ideas to Student Council so that the school as a whole can take action on them.  I know that we are like the babies of the school in that we are just starting out our high school careers but with a good beginning to serve as our baseline, we can only move forward from here.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Council and Class Elections were held on Friday, September 6 at Carbondale Area.  I’m speaking with Alyssa Cosklo who was elected to two positions, one as President of her 10th grade class and one as Vice-President of Student Council.  I asked Alyssa how she felt about being chosen to lead her class in these roles and what her goals were for this year and she said, “I’ve been actively involved in Student Council since 7th grade.  The reason I like to be a part of Student Council is because it allows me to make the most of my high school years.  In these roles, I take on leadership positions and can be a voice for all members of my class in student government.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Council and Class Elections were held on Friday, September 6 at Carbondale Area.  I’m speaking with Emma Jones who was elected Historian of Student Council as well as Vice-President of her senior class.    I asked Emma how she felt about being chosen to lead her school in these roles and what her goals are for this year and she said, “It’s always an honor to be chosen by your teachers as a leader.  My goals for this year are to act as a voice for all students and make this year in Student Council the best it’s ever been. I’m really looking forward to spending quality time with all of my classmates that I may not see in the future.    Leadership skills should come in handy as I want to pursue a career in the field of chemistry.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Council and Class Elections were held on Friday, September 6 at Carbondale Area.  I’m speaking with McKinley Borders who was elected Senior Class treasurer.   I asked McKinley how she felt about being chosen for this position and what her goals were for this year and she said, “My goal for this year is to make this school a happier place for the students and teachers.  It was an honor to be selected for this position because I feel as though I might be able to contribute to positive change in our school.  The leadership skills I learn will certainly help me in whatever future career I choose.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Council and Class Elections were held on Friday, September 6 at Carbondale Area.  I’m speaking with Bayley Grizzanti who was selected to be the treasurer of Student Council.    I asked Bayley how he felt about being chosen for this role for three years in a row and what his goals were for this year and he said, “I’m most interested in the Student Council part.  I think our Student Council is a very active body participating in fundraisers, service projects, and student activities.  I want to be an active part in all of these and encourage my peers to participate as well.  Right now, I’m looking at careers in either engineering or business.  These leadership skills that I learn as part of student government will help me in either of those future endeavors.”

 

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