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ASB cabinet and class positions set for the 2024-2025 school year

A dive into your new ASB leaders

With the 2023-2024 school year coming to a close, preparations for next year have already begun. The vote for ASB cabinet positions and ASB class officer positions took place on April 5 and the results are out.

All ASB cabinet position candidates ran unopposed, resulting in an automatic victory. Junior Maggie Ruan will take over as cabinet president, with junior Emma Coulter as cabinet vice president. Junior Natalia Galstian won for cabinet secretary and sophomore Madelyn Kim will be the Mac Representative. Lastly, junior Molly Fingerman will be the school board representative.

“I’m looking forward to next year and am excited for my position and to work alongside my peers,” Fingerman said.

Similarly to the cabinet, all senior class candidates, currently juniors, ran unopposed. Junior Tate Creason will be the senior class president and junior Quinn Brewer will take on the roles of both vice president and site council. Junior Sahana Sri will be treasurer for the Cabinet and senior class.

“The future is definitely bright for OPHS ASB. We are so lucky to have such a great group of students who are determined to make a difference on campus,” Coulter said.

The junior class is where the competition began, with all candidates currently in the sophomore class. Three candidates campaigned against each other for the position of president.  Mahad Mahmood took the win, running against Kelsey Friedborn and Chase Lepel. Additionally, there were two candidates for vice president, winner Arvin Nejad and Nicolette Hendizadeh. The rest of the junior class ran unopposed with Katya Clark as secretary, Royce Willis as treasurer and Gabby Paul as the sight council representative.

“Election time is so stressful but the campaigns always come out so good,” Clark said. “I’m so excited for next year with the new cabinet.” 

Finally, for the now-freshmen, future sophomores, future president Carter Licht, vice president Maeve Homesley and secretary Rachelle Kim ran unopposed. Future treasurer Katie Comparato campaigned and won against candidate Prince Rohatgi.

“Everyone is so hardworking and deserving of their positions. I can’t wait to work with next year’s officers to make the 2024-2025 school year the best one yet,” Coulter said.

Next year’s freshman class positions are yet to be determined and will be decided at Medea Creek Middle School.  

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