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Q: What is your main focus as Head Boy/Girl?

 

Q: What do you want to change about GJHS?

 

Q: What does the position mean to you?

 

Q: 3 short facts

 

GAGE FINK

A: I want to bring together our community and make the school come closer together. I want Student Council and the student body to have a healthy communicating relationship.

 

A:I want to work on the relationships among GJHS so that toxic ones turn positive and we can have a closer community. Relationships between staff and students and students and Student Senate.

 

A: I want to make change within the school and hopefully have students look up to me.

 

A: I can’t see color but can see a bright future with GJHS

 

I’m funny.

 

I do track.

 

Jake Griffin

A:My main focus as Head Boy is to make our students happier, plain and simple. I think student council in the past few years has declined on their passion and it has resulted in the students losing faith in StuCo. I want to listen to what the students want and try to fulfill their requests and make our school happier and more spirited.

A: I want to change the relationship between the leadership and the students. right now we have a “student’s vs. admin” idea going around the school, and I want to help bridge the two together. showing that admin really cares about the students and so do I.

 

A: Head Boy means to me an opportunity to leave this school better than i came into it. it’s more than a title, it’s a responsibility of setting the example of what our school really is. we don’t want to be the joke school with no spirit, we want to be a powerhouse that everyone else fears, and i want to spread that idea to all of our students.

 

A: I like to play chess, I have DJ’d our last few school dances, and I really like musicals.

 

Carissa Crawford

A: To better connect the student body with admin and make it a fun year for students so that pride can be better developed.

 

A: To make it a better community and boost spirit.

 

A: It is a great leadership position that gives me the opportunity to positively influence my peers.

 

A:Facts:
I love to shred the pow

 

My puppers name is Tuttle Tango

 

I thrive under traveling conditions like traveling the Globe

Carissa Crawford
Jake Griffin
Gaege Fink
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