Soph Talk: Sophomore StudLE

REGAN LAVALLEE

Having twelve representatives, the sophomore class is the largest within Student Leadership (StudLE). Blending boys, girls, athletes, artists and scholars, the sophomore class is well represented. Meet the class of 2018’s StudLE representatives for the 2015-16 school year.

 

Cray Cordero

Varsity Soccer Player

“I’m excited to be able to be a part of the bigger picture of Mountain Vista and our community.”

 

Kendall Crepeau

Mountain Vista High School Soccer

“I’m excited about all the amazing things we have planned, we have so much in store for Vista.”

 

Gino Fornaro (aka Ginoliciousboss)

Deca

“I want to be in StudLE because I just wanted a family to bond with and feel a part of something bigger at Vista.”

 

Janey Galligan

Field Hockey

“I love all the bonds StudLE creates and I love working hard to make a difference at Vista!”

 

Cam Hancock

Varsity Lacrosse

“I like being in StudLE because I like getting close to a ton of people I wouldn’t have known had I not been in leadership.”

 

Tommy Hipp

Deca, Junior Varsity Tennis

“I wanted to be in StudLE because I like seeing the whole school come together and have school spirit.”

 

Grace Matsey

Orchestra, Speech & Debate

“I am excited about getting to know all of the new people in leadership, each and everyone of them is going to do something amazing with their lives, and I really enjoy spending time with them.”

 

Ryan Nunes (aka Nunes)

Varsity Lacrosse, Junior Varsity Tennis

“I like to be part of fun and exciting things. StudLE is definitely fun and exciting.  It is awesome to be a part of a ‘family’ like this because everyone is helping each other and everyone knows how to have a good time.”

 

Jaimy Sawaged

Junior Varsity Soccer Player

“I wanted to be in StudLE because I love helping people out, especially my school and meeting new people. I already feel like they are my second family.”

 

Jake Stein

Deca, Future Business Leaders of America

“I am excited to contribute to the overall well-being of the school.”

 

Emily Weaver

Deca

“I’m excited to be a part of a great group of 41 people and a part of something to remember.”
Not only is the sophomore class the largest in Student Leadership this year, it is the largest class within the whole school. There are various talents throughout the class of 2018. For this reason, the sophomore StudLE representatives are excited to lead their peers.

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