Meet next year’s StuCo excecutive board

BY MAYA SCHNEIDER —

Izzie Tasse, President

Izzie Tasse, junior, ran unopposed and was elected as president of Student Council Executive Board. Tasse served as vice president this year and is prepared to take on her new leadership role.

“I spent a lot of time this past year learning … from our current president,” Tasse said.

Tasse would like to get more people involved in student council next year. “I really want to expand student council’s borders to reach more people and different groups of people,” Tasse said.

Additionally, she plans on continuing the tradition of picking a charity of the year, and raising funds for it through various fundraisers. “I am ready to take on this amazing job, and I’m super excited to do so,” Tasse said.

abby stucoAbby Schill, Vice President

Abby Schill, sophomore, ran unopposed and was elected vice president of Student Council Executive board for the 2016-17 school year. Schill was president of the class of 2018 and is looking forward to a larger leadership role in the upcoming school year.

“I ran for Exec. Board because I wanted to have a larger role … I wanted to be more on the leadership side of it,” Schill said.

Schill hopes to expand communications between student council and the student body for the future. “I want there to be a stronger communication system between [student council] and the student body … so we can plan events that appeal to a larger community,” Schill said.

Schill looks forward to collaboration as a whole for next year to guide student council in a positive direction.“I’m looking forward to hearing new ideas from all of the new additions to [student council],” Schill said.

catherine stucoCatherine Puppe, Treasurer

Catherine Puppe, junior, was elected treasurer of Student Council Executive board for the 201617 school year. Puppe aims to take her two years of student council experience to the board, including serving as representative for the class of 2017, and increase her leadership role.

“I ran for treasurer because … I thought it would be fun to be a leader for the club and and Exec. Board member,” Puppe said.

Puppe hopes that student council will continue events in the upcoming year.“Looking forward to next year … I’m excited to plan and have fun events at Shorewood,” Puppe said.

Overall, Puppe is enthusiastic about her upcoming position. “I’m excited to be a leader on Exec. Board,” Puppe said.

jackie stucoJacqueline Klisch, Secretary

Jacqueline Klisch, junior, was elected secretary of Student Council Executive board for the 2016-17 school year. Klisch served as president of the class of 2017 during this past year, and is looking forward to applying her student council experience to the Exec. Board.

“I ran for Exec. Board because being in student council for the past three years has been a lot of fun,” Klisch said. “I really wanted to move to a position with more responsibilities.”

Klisch helped plan and execute events over this school year. “I helped out with all the events [this year], but this upcoming year I will be running the Bachelor … I am looking forward to a lot,” Klisch said.

Klisch hopes to see the rest of student council being enthusiastic about the upcoming year’s events. “I hope to see members of student council as, or even more, excited about the events we will do,” Klisch said.

josue stucoJosue Bayle, PR Coordinator

Josue Bayle, junior, was elected publicity coordinator of Student Council Executive board. After serving as class representative this year, Bayle will take his energetic personality into a leadership position and try to improve the school year for all.

“Running for Exec. Board gives me a better platform to serve the student body,” Bayle said. “My strong personality makes me a great publicity coordinator.”

Bayle is looking for more cohesion between the student body and student council in the upcoming year. “I hope for better involvement between student council and the students … I believe next year, [student council] will serve as a voice for the students,” Bayle said.

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