Ian Kastner – Senior Vice President


Jake Standerfer, Staff Writer

Name: Ian Kastner

Current Grade: 11th

Running For: Senior Vice President

Q: Why are you running for this position?

A: I am running because I am tired of losing every competition, and I feel that our class has more potential to be great than what we display on a regular basis.

Q: Did you run for anything in previous years?

A: No.

Q: What impact would you like to have on FHC?

A: I would like to bring the class of 2017 closer. I want us to have more camaraderie.

Q: What separates you from other candidates?

A: I am different because I care more about our class than making the council. I will try to bring us together regardless.

Q: What would you like to change the most?

A: I would like to change the stigma that if people cheer on the class and school, they are making a fool of themselves.

Q: What other things are you involved in at FHC?

I am involved in NHS and I am a president for the Interfaith Club that will return next year.

Q: What motivated you to run?

A: I was motivated by the continuous losses that were handed to us by the other grades in almost every challenge.

Q: What is the most valuable characteristic within yourself that will help you run?

A: I would say resiliency.

Q: What teacher has influenced you the most during high school?

A: It is close between a few teachers, but I would say Brad Anderson has been the most influential on my life.