Class council elections draw closer


Brames works on campaign for Senior Class President.

Kate Rogers, Opinion Editor

As the election draws closer, candidates for next year’s senior class council election are ramping up their campaigns. Junior Carter Brames is running for president, unopposed. 

“I have been thinking about it for a while and I felt that I have good ideas that can benefit the senior community. I wanted to be able to implement them,” Brames said.  

Brames hopes to help the incoming senior class. Since Brames is running unopposed he has kept his advertising to a minimum.

“I made posts on Instagram that I shared and I had my friends share,” Brames said. 

One of the candidates for vice president is Mikale Board, she is running against Sylvia Banner. Both have been campaigning and have gained support in the process. 

“I am a good candidate because I am very involved within the school. I participate in cheer, track and student council. I am also very determined to enhance the senior traditions. I plan to bring back the pep rallies and new traditions along with improving the class as a community, making sure that everyone has input,” Board said. 

Both senior class council president and vice president have the ability to help implement new ideas to help make senior year fun and enjoyable. 

The election begins this Friday and will end the following Tuesday.