Class of 2021-Meet Your Junior Year Officers

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Class of 2021-Meet Your Junior Year Officers

Meet your Junior Class Officers!

Meet your Junior Class Officers!

Marissa Werner

Meet your Junior Class Officers!

Marissa Werner

Marissa Werner

Meet your Junior Class Officers!

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President: Clare Ryabin

What are your main goals for junior year?

My main goals are to plan an amazing winter ball and an even better junior prom. I also want to work on more fundraising for Disney to get the price even lower.  Overall, I want our class’ junior year to be the best it can possibly be.

What made you want to be in class cabinet?

I have been involved in student government since 5th grade and wanted to continue my involvement at north penn. I love being involved in planning school activities and having an input on what goes on at our school.

When/Why/How did you initially get involved in student government?

In 5th grade I joined Bridle Path’s student council and was also involved in Pennbrook’s student council throughout all three years of middle school. In 9th grade I was elected President of my freshman class.

Advice to those wanting to get more involved in the North Penn community?

At a big school like North Penn, there are many opportunities to get involved. The school offers lots of activities and clubs to join. Just being a part of one small club can make you more connected to the school, make your high school experience more enjoyable, and allow you to meet new people.

 

Vice President: Keenan Washington

What are your main goals for junior year?

My main goals for junior year are to improve communications between the class and class cabinet, bring new ideas, and do my job to the best of my ability

What made you want to be in class cabinet?

I wanted to be in class cabinet because I sat back and watched what was happening this year, and wanted to help make good decisions for the class

When/Why/How did you initially get involved in student government?

I remember getting involved in middle school, but never having a role like I do for next year. I got involved because I think everyone’s voice should be heard and I always ask for suggestions or feedback.

Advice to those wanting to get more involved in the North Penn community?

My advice to people wanting to get involved in the North Penn Community is to not wait because our years go by faster than they think and there is no better time like the present. So just do it.

 

Secretary: Roma Lonkevych

What are your main goals for junior year?

To make everyone feel included and have fundraisers and activities that everyone can enjoy.

What made you want to be in class cabinet?

I have always been involved in student government and want to be able to be an influential part of my class.

When/Why/How did you initially get involved in student government?

I always thought it was cool to be a part of creating fun activities and fundraisers for the school.

Advice to those wanting to get more involved in the North Penn community?

To try anything that seems somewhat interesting and try it. You might even love it

 

Treasurer: Stacy Liang

What are your main goals for junior year?

My main goals for our junior year is to make all the events inclusive and organized. Too many times have ideas fallen through, but I want to make those ideas into reality.

What made you want to be in class cabinet?

I wanted to be in class cabinet to really make a difference at our school. Although we only plan a few events for the school, like the Junior Prom, those events are the ones you remember for years to come.

When/Why/How did you initially get involved in student government?

I started being in student government ever since sixth grade. Up until this point, I’ve done something in student government because I felt a responsibility to give back to the community. Who knew that my bad sixth grade speech would bring me this far?

Advice to those wanting to get more involved in the North Penn community?

The only way to get involved in the North Penn community is to join events and step out of your comfort zone. I never believed that I would have the confidence to speak out in front of 1000 people saying my speech in the beginning of the school year, but I did. You just need to sign up for things and hope the best will come out of it.

What did you learn from this last year that you hope to bring with you next year, and what do you want to change?

This past year year I learned that communication is the most important thing in creating events. We are representing the school, but if the ideas aren’t what the majority of what the school wants, why should we do it? That’s why I hope that our school will come together as one and come to us if they have any concerns. That way for the most part everyone will be happy with the decisions we make. The only way we can be successful is through feedback. So follow our Instagram @npclassof2021 for updates!

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