Class elections scheduled for September 2

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Students can choose who they want to represent them for 2022-2023.

Neveah Cakus, Staff writer

The 2022-2023 Armijo Class Officer Elections will be the voice for their classes and help with planning the many events held by Leadership throughout the school year.

Candidates will be sharing their speeches on Wednesday, August 31. Elections will take place on Friday, September 2, which is a minimum day. Results will be announced the following week.

Candidates for the freshman class (Class of 2026) are Mariza Supapo, Kiera Tomko, Ethan Magno, Anne Aguilar and Kaylee (Gaby) Lopez Sanchez.

The Class of 2025 candidates are Elizabeth Penados, Leah Patel, Olivia Ishisaki, Jaelin Kraft and Sergio Rodriguez.

At the moment, the junior class (Class of 2024) only has one candidate in the running, Kaylie Reyes, who served as president of her sophomore class.

Both Raeshaun Priest and Jennise Bolls are running to serve as officers in the Class of 2023.

Elections will be online so students are encouraged to watch their email for a Google Form from Mr. Casey Towner, leadership adviser.