Elections held at Lowry

Elections held at Lowry

By Lowry Leadership Posted February 28, 2012

NOTE: This story provided by the Leadership Class

Lowry High School held elections for class and student body offices on Tuesday, February 14. Prior to elections, candidates turned in an application and were interviewed by LHS faculty members for their positions. Candidates for class offices then gave their speeches to their class, and the class voted. Candidates for student body offices gave their speeches 3 times, in front of the current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors.

Though the class vote was important, it was not the only thing that determined the winner. The written application was worth 10%, the teacher evaluation was worth 15%, and the interview was worth 25%. The student vote result was worth the other 50%. The candidates who were running opposed had to earn a total of 65 points (not including the student vote) to qualify for the office.

There are several requirements that the candidates must have met in order to be eligible for the office. They must hold a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA during the 2011-2012 school year and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA for the 2012-2013 school year. Potential officers must also be enrolled in Leadership as well as attend Lowry full-time during the year they are in office.

Next year’s student body officers are Jennae Johnson, president, Matthew Ruehl, vice president, Carli Evatz, secretary, Savannah Montero, treasurer, and Taylor LaTray, historian. The senior class officers are Mary Castaneda, president, Raven Black, vice president, and Yoana Chavez, secretary/treasurer. The junior class officers for next year are Maeve Donovan, president, Allison Barron, vice president, and Carly Bell, secretary/treasurer. Next year’s sophomore class officers include Brycen Prokasky, president, Chelsea Baker, vice president, and Irene Diaz, secretary/treasurer. The freshman class officers for 2012-2013 are Maddie Mayo, president, Makayla Lopez, vice president, and Devan LaTray, secretary/treasurer. Jennae Johnson, 2012-2013 Student Body President

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