Student Council Q&A: Koyuki Buckhold
Name: Koyuki Buckhold
1. Why are you running?
“I’m running because I’ve been a part of Student Council, and I enjoy being a part of it, so I would like to continue to be on it. I’m also taking over the Women at Risk fundraiser from Jayla Williams and the Sexual Assault Awareness Month from Annie Seeber, so I’m excited to be a part of that in addition to Family Promise to serve our community, not just our school and my class.”
2. How do you believe you can help your grade?
“I’ve been a part of Student Council for several years, so I know how everything works. In addition to this, I am a part of many extracurriculars, allowing me to communicate with a variety of people from my class.”
3. What changes would you like to see in your grade?
“I would like to encourage higher participation levels in ranger challenges and fundraising activities. I also plan on incorporating a compost bin to do our part in preserving the earth for our future.”
4. Do you have experience with student council?
“I have been a part of student council since middle school, and I am very thankful to have been given the opportunity to do so.”
5. If so, what is the most gratifying part of being on student council?
“Meeting people I otherwise wouldn’t have met is a large part of being on Student Council. Furthermore, there is nothing like seeing the work that you put into something not exclusively for yourself thrive. Lastly, seeing the impacts of FHC coming together for fundraisers first-hand and interacting with the people we assisted is very rewarding.”
6. Why should people vote for you?
“People should vote for me because I have experience being on Student Council, I know what entails with being an officer, and I am very enthusiastic about our activities. Through my passion for Student Council and assisting our community, I know I can do a great job.”