2017 Student Council Q&A – Tess Bond

Nisha Rajakrishna, Staff Writer

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Name: Tess Bond

Grade: Sophomore

1.) Why did you decide to run for Secretary of Student Council Board?

“Well, I was in Student Council this year, and I fell in love with it! I thought it was so fun to participate and help with things throughout my class! So this year I decided to run for Student Council Board because I thought it would be awesome to bring the whole school together and make FHC a better place!”

2.) What do you hope to accomplish if elected?

“I hope to maintain a positive environment throughout the whole school, to get everyone participated, and to make events go smoothly, such as floats, lipdubs, etc.”

3.) If you could push for one change at FHC, what would it be?

“For more involvement in the classes! Everyone gets super involved senior year, but I want everyone to participate now, because it’s so fun and it really created great memories amongst their peers.”

4.)  What extra-curricular activities are you involved in?

“I am apart of lacrosse and ski team. Also, I participate in a youth group called Lifeline. I love to go out and hike [and] hangout with friends and family.”

5.) What traits do you think successful leaders possess?

“I think that to be a good leader someone needs to be open minded, kind hearted, positive, social, and determined!”

6.) Anything else you would like to say to potential voters?

“My hope for next year is for it to be full of awesome memories, great friends, and loads of fun!”

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