Senior Tanajah Williams is running for Executive Vice President.
Q: Have you been involved in student government before? If so, how?
A: I ran for sophomore president but I lost the election.
Q: Why do you want to be elected to student government?
A: I am very creative and would like to share my ideas and help Garinger become a better school.
Q: How will you reach out and represent ALL students?
A: I am familiar with several students in various grades and I can ensure they will each get the proper advantages they need.
Q: What is the advantage of electing you?
A: Electing me will ensure that Garinger can and will be transformed.
Q: How much time (in hours) are you able to devote to your elected office?
A: About 5-10 hours a week.
Q: How do you think you can help students academically?
A: I can definitely help students academically because I excel in many subjects and enjoy teaching what I know to others.
Q: What changes would you like to make?
A: I would like to increase school spirit, test scores, and the enthusiasm of the students at Garinger.
Q: How would you go about making those changes?
A: I have many ideas to help these areas such as introducing a mascot, increasing tutoring visitation, and providing incentives for school spirit.