LHS to Elect Next Student Council President and Vice President

This year’s StuCo elections are all about school spirit


Alix Queen & Sydney Davis

Campbell Bahr and Jenna Handlan run against Grace Richardson and Noah Kuehner.

Meghan Lynch, Reporter

In an effort to raise school spirit and make our school a positive, welcoming environment, this year’s StuCo candidates Campbell Bahr/Jenna Handlan and Grace Richardson/Noah Kuehner have decided to make having a strong school community their top priority.

Students and staff will receive an emailed ballot on Friday, April 14 and must vote by the end of the day.

I hope to lead student council in encouraging all students to enjoy participating in activities and events,” junior Campbell Bahr said. “I really want everyone to feel at home at Liberty.”

Both candidates have expressed their passion for making a difference in our school and believe that they would be the leaders our school needs. Junior Grace Richardson described herself as a “kind, open minded, and determined leader” and that she would do what needs to be done for the benefit of the students. Junior Jenna Handlan made it clear that she and her running mate would be completely devoted to the job, saying, “Campbell and I have great communication and creative ideas. On top of that, we put 110% effort into each and everything we do.”

Both candidates are extremely motivated and ready to pursue this responsibility, but it’s up to Liberty’s student body to vote on who they want representing them this coming year.