Meet the New Student Council Officers and Advisor!

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Teagan Johnston and Marie Grahor

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West Middle School’s student council officers for the 2019-2020 school year are Frances Walewski, Ava Lemon, Mikalya Randall, and Marie Grahor. Ms. Williams is the student council advisor this year. The officers meet the first two Wednesdays of every month and have a general meeting on the third Wednesday of each month.

Frances Walewski, (8th grader) is the student council president this year. She was the vice president last year. Frances told us, “I ran for student council because I really loved it last year, and it was super fun.” Her goals this year are to get clubs up and running. She plans to try to get attendance higher for events such as the Bulldog Battle and the Halloween Dance.

Ava Lemon, (8th grader) is the student council treasurer this year. She ran for the student council, “To be a leader and try something new.” Ava’s goals this year are to plan stuff for the school and help the school out with activities. One of the things she likes about the student council is that the officers work as a team instead of individually. 

Mikayla Randall (7th grader) is the student council secretary this year. She is very excited to be a bigger part of the school community. “I want to make sure everyone has a fun and productive year,” Mikayla tells. “I plan to help with anything [the student council] needs me to help with.”

Marie Grahor (7th grader) is the student council vice president this year. She wants to make the school a better place for everyone. Marie hopes to become the student council president next year. One of her main goals is to get kids involved with lots of school activities throughout the year.

“Student council at West Middle School puts on events for West students throughout the rest of the year, and we do charitable events where we try to help out the community and we build student culture for our middle school,” Ms. Williams explains. She is the new advisor for the student council. She wants to have more outreach for charity, and have the student council collaborate more with NJHS. Ms. Williams is very excited to work with the student council this year, and she thinks the officers are doing a great job so far.

We can’t wait to see what is in store for this year with our new student council officers and advisor!

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