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Posted: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 3:47 pm

The Islander Times talked to each grade’s elected officers. Read below to lean about their goals for this school year.

SENIOR CLASS

The seniors will be the one hundredth class to graduate from Coronado High School in June. The officers from the class of 2015 will help plan the Homecoming parade and dance, as well as present a senior gift at the end of the year. “In a perfect world, I’d just like our class to have an enjoyable, safe and productive senior year,” said Senior Class President James Harbaugh, who served as Junior Vice President last year. “Senior year of high school is a pivotal, memorable time in anyone’s life. The chance to have a hand in making some of those memories was too good to pass up!” Harbaugh said that the senior class will attempt to leave a lasting legacy at Coronado High through their words, actions and various projects that will aim to give back to the school and community. Caroline Carlson and Augie Sturm will serve as Senior Vice President and Treasurer, respectively.

JUNIOR CLASS

The junior class officers are faced with the daunting task of planning Prom. “After the class of 2015’s Prom, we have some big shoes to fill,” said Junior Class President Cheyne Ostrander. Ostrander said that she would be “ecstatic” if she and her cabinet (including Vice President Katie Melnick and Treasurer Tyler Umansky) could pull off such a huge event with the same poise and success as last year’s class. “I think that the class of 2016 has the most spirit in CHS, but there’s always room for improvement and I hope to see some more enthusiasm this year,” said Ostrander, who is also confident that her grade will win the Homecoming float building competition. Finally, Ostrander hopes that, even in the midst of their most academically challenging year of high school yet, her classmates will come together and show generosity by giving back to the ever-supportive community of Coronado.

SOPHOMORE CLASS

The sophomore class is in charge of sponsoring a spring event each year. According to President Kirby Smith, the sophomores will host a Sadie Hawkins (girls’ choice) dance in February, as well as several informal patio dances. “We’re splitting the planning for the Sadie Hawkins dance with the seniors so that we can get more experience,” said Treasurer Owen Schafer. At the end of the year, members from the class of 2017 will begin to host bake sales and babysitting nights to raise money for Prom. “This year, I want to fundraise a lot and really bring my class together as one!” said Smith, who also hopes to foster class unity and boost enthusiasm at pep rallies. “I chose to run for class president because I was a member of ASB my freshman year and I loved it. I wanted a chance to work specifically with my grade.” Smith and Schafer will work with Vice President Siobhan Homan.

FRESHMAN CLASS

The youngest members of ASB are the freshmen class officers, who were elected just before their promotion from middle school. “I chose to run for class president because I love being involved in the school community,” said President Naya Tamariz, who spent seventh and eighth grade in the Coronado Middle School ASB. “My officers and I can’t wait to lead the freshmen class through everything that our first year of high school has in store for us.” Tamariz will be working alongside Vice President Sophie Hecht and Treasurer Emma Sandke. This year, the freshmen class officers will assist upperclassmen in planning for and executing pep rallies, school dances and spirit weeks. They’ll also learn the ropes of designing class T-shirts, float building and leading class meetings. Tamariz said that she, Hecht and Sandke are most looking forward to planning the Homecoming parade and dance.

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