Chioma Opara is running for Executive Vice President
Q: Have you been involved in student government before?
A: No I have not.
Q: Why do you want to be elected to student government?
A: I would like to make a change in my school and also like to get students involved in various activities at school. Also organize activities lower grade levels would love to do.
Q: How will you reach out and represent ALL students?
A: Having more school gatherings to get all students involved like pep rallies, freshman meetings, etc.
Q: What is the advantage of electing you?
A: If I get elected, I would make sure we have more school spirit in school and get everyone together rather than separating.
Q: How much time (in hours) are you able to devote to your elected office?
A: 2 hours.
Q: How do you think you can help students academically?
A: The fresh mentor program should be re-established to mentor and tutor many students who are falling behind in class.
Q: What changes would you like to make?
A: More field trips. The cell phone policy needs to be removed. Students being more engaged in school academically, and school spirit.
Q- How would you go about making those changes?
A- First of all, call attention to all the students. They also need to be involved in the decision making of the school. What they would like to see/ do in the school. Also have a discussion with the principal on the no cell phone policy for him to see our point of the policy.