Bielski, Bhalla elected to lead senior class

Bryce Lepkowski, Staff Writer

With the school year coming to an end, so is the reign of this year’s student body, which opens the doors to a new leadership team. Next year’s student body president will be Fritz Bielski, with Mahi Bhalla serving as vice president. 

“Our main goal is focusing on engaging the entire student body in everything instead of just certain groups,” says Bhalla. “We have big plans for spirit weeks and more all-involved Scout activities, and just generally getting everyone more excited about their school.” 

Although losing the vice president position, junior Sydney Kirages says she plans to “stay involved and stay active” throughout plans in the coming year.

“I’ve been involved in student council since fifth grade, and I’ve always found it really great to just be involved in the school,” says Kirages. “I really believe that I can make a positive change in the school, and make it a more fun and inclusive place.” 

While the student council is in charge of organizing spirit week and other events, they also hold a large part in planning activities such as the homecoming pep rally, the homecoming dance, and prom. 

“It was a great night filled with reestablished joy toward prom,” said junior class President Hayden Shortsle regarding prom “It was an honor to bring back this tradition in full force.”

Shortsle said he also plans to stay on the leadership council and help with other plans. 

“I think we’re all very qualified, and with whoever is working on each aspect, it’ll be in good hands,” says Bhalla about the leadership team as a whole.