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Candidates for Senior Class Offices Face Primary Run-Off

Primary election voting will be held Tuesday, April 27th; voting closes at 6 p.m.

With elections for senior class officers fast approaching, let’s take a look at who is running for what and what they stand for.

 

Senior President

Reed Ahlstrom, “I vow that if elected I will work as hard as I can to make Alta a place where everyone feels loved, appreciated and happy.”

Jordan Cai, “I feel like I could make some awesome events next year for you guys.”

Logan Christiansen, “I am running for this position because I know I can genuinely help uplift the school

Abby Hansen promises, “to recognise the activities that do not get as much attention.”

Sydney Nolan, “I will put all my time and effort into making everyone in our school feel included as well as wanting to be at school.”

Senior Vice-President

Hayden Hudson: “I’m a hard worker who wants to make next year the best year at Alta.”

James Tillotson: “I want to be vp to ensure next year is full send.”

Senior Secretary

Russell Affleck: “I will work hard to make Alta an inviting positive inclusive place for everyone.”

Lexi Campbell: “My biggest desire is to bring positivity and smiles into the upcoming school year.”

Mallory Goodfellow: “I would strive to always make the atmosphere around Alta very comfortable and ensure to take part in planning activities that everyone can participate in.”

Mariam Safeudien: “I will make sure that your ideas are heard and that your needs are met.”

Hannah Cardall: “I hope to get to know everyone better next year as senior class secretary.”

Senior Historian

Adam  Rasmussen, “I am willing to do what it takes to make everyone feel welcomed and make Alta feel like home.”

Lauren Gassman: “I always try my best to be kind to everyone around me and I hope this position can give me the opportunity to meet even more people and be a good friend to them.”

Senior Public Relations

Merrin Maughn: “I will be dedicated to ensuring that all students feel that they have a way to engage in Atla’s community.” 

Sage Plowman: “I am looking forward to planning the normal activities for next year.”

Ryan Wilkey: “Vote Silkey Wilkey for the smoothest Senior year.”

Those who would like to know more about the candidates can read more about them in the 1100 halfway by the science classrooms.

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