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Next year’s executive student government announced

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Sophomore Kate Cullen is a member of the debate team, and she will take over as the executive vice president of student government next year.

Sophomore Kate Cullen is a member of the debate team, and she will take over as the executive vice president of student government next year.

Samuel Ellis

Samuel Ellis

Sophomore Kate Cullen is a member of the debate team, and she will take over as the executive vice president of student government next year.

Caroline Chang, Staff Writer

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Each year, McIntosh conducts school-wide elections to allow the student body to choose the next year’s student government. This year, the elections took place on Infinite Campus just before spring break. Junior Samuel Ellis will be next year’s president. Sophomore Kate Cullen will be the vice president, junior Perry Cox will be the secretary and junior Oscar Zayas will be the parliamentarian.

After finding out that she would soon take over as the vice president, sophomore Kate Cullen said, “I’ve really enjoyed my time on student government for the past few years, so I am excited to continue to represent my school. I hope next year we can get a lot done.”

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