Wylie East Student Council would like to thank the student body all for taking time during lunch to demonstrate citizenship in electing class officers and Homecoming Royalty.
“To all of the candidates who campaigned for office, you definitely raised the bar in your campaigning last week,” Student Council Advisor Angela Arp said. “We look forward to great leadership from each of you this year.”
Representing the Freshman Class is President Abbey Burge, Vice President Lindsay Skinner, Secretary Elisabeth Teitelman, Treasurer JJ Olson, and Historian Veronica Villa-Blais.
Representing the Sophomore Class is President Rebekah Porter, Vice President Sarah Randall, Treasurer Clayton Lindsey, and Historian Kathryn Klakamp.
Representing the Junior Class is President Liz Abrams, Vice President Reagan Bradshaw, Secretary Cheyenne Archilla, Treasurer Tatiyana Pleasant, and Historian Dustin Sanders.
Representing the graduating Class of 2013 is President Caitlin Gipson, Vice President McKenna Tilton, Secretary Marissa Edenstrom, Treasurer Bryce Morgan, and Historian DJ Brennan.
Congratulations to the following students for being selected as 2012 Raider Royalty Homecoming Nominees by their peers:
Freshmen Princess Nominees: Peyton May, Haylee Nugent, and Tori Richerson
Freshmen Prince Nominees: Troy Bradley, Aubrey White, and Jared Wyatt
Sophomore Princess Nominees: McKenzie Geisert, Arienna Kounlavouth, and Sarah Mitchell
Sophomore Prince Nominees: Abrae Booker-Currin, Tanner Smithson, and Jacob Zaborsky
Junior Princess Nominees: Tatiana Pleasant, Sarah Scott, and Meagan White
Junior Prince Nominees: Grant Buley, Will Feagins, and Garrett McCain
Senior Queen Nominees: Taylor Bradley, Kelsey Nallie, Abby Smith, and Leslie Snider
Senior King Nominees: Marcel Ateman, Quan Jones, Matt Solecki, and Britton Townsend
Written by student journalists for Wylie East High School’s Blue Print, published Wednesday, September 19, 2012. The students are under the direction of Casi Thedford.
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