Huntington High School and J. Taylor Finley Middle School students recently cast ballots for 2018/19 student government positions. The organizations are all set for the new school year.
The school-wide GO will be led by Terrel Cox (president), Alyssa Sorensen (vice president) and Henry Cartwright (treasurer).
The Class of 2019 will be led by seniors Dominick Stanley (president), Ashlyn Case (vice president), Kaitlyn Sage (treasurer), Daniel Thompson (corresponding secretary) and Matthew Quinn (historian).
The Class of 2020 will be led by juniors Christopher Mavrogian (president), Madelyn Reed (vice president), Paul Katigbak (treasurer), Madelyn Kye (recording secretary), Gabriel Medina-Jaudes (corresponding secretary), Ryan Knowles (historian) and administrative assistants Steli Viahas, Abigail Holmes, Julien Rentsch, Lucas Kelly and Natalie Ciccone.
The Class of 2021 will be led by sophomores Julia Steinberg (president), Taylor Case (vice president), Jorge Parada-Cisneros (treasurer), Matthew Colavecchio (corresponding secretary), Drew Spina and John Holly (recording secretary), Alexa Rind (historian) and administrative assistants Katie Bonilla, Jack Krisch, Jack Kurathowski and Robert Harrington
The Class of 2022 will be led by freshmen Tate Furman (president), Jillian LoTurco (vice president), Katie Browne (corresponding secretary), Erin Ye (recording secretary), Cassidy Casabona (treasurer) and Victoria Mangan (historian).
Finley’s eighth grade (Class of 2023) lineup of officers will include Jack DelPonte (president), Sophia Segal (vice president), Rachel Morina (treasurer) and Ella Kamenstein (secretary).
The Finley balloting was especially close. “Many of the elections were separated by less than 10 votes,” said Matt Perlongo, who serves as the student council faculty advisor.
Class faculty advisors and the school-wide student government advisors will be appointed by the Huntington School Board over the summer.