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D’Andre Anderson and Monet Henderson Advocate for Change on Student Advisory Council

ADVISORY COUNCIL OFFICERS -- from left to right -- Katie Stiffler (Webmaster), Monet Henderson (Secretary), Hannah McGrath (Vice Chairman), D'Andre Anderson (Chairman), and Jadyn Snakenberg (former Chairman)

ADVISORY COUNCIL OFFICERS -- from left to right -- Katie Stiffler (Webmaster), Monet Henderson (Secretary), Hannah McGrath (Vice Chairman), D'Andre Anderson (Chairman), and Jadyn Snakenberg (former Chairman)

Justin Metcalf, Staff Writer

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The Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council is reaching a new term. The previous chairman for the council, Jadyn Snakenberg, will be graduating at the end of the the 2015-2016 school year, and two students have stepped up to take her place. D’Andre Anderson, junior and council member since his sophomore year, and Monet Henderson, junior and new member of the council, are the representatives from Central for the upcoming term.  Anderson is now the chairman on the council , and Henderson is secretary to the council.

“I’ve had a great experience with SSAC, and I’m really excited that it’s in such good hands with D’Andre and Monet! I hope they remember to always say what they need to say and represent Central well. They already do both of those things, so I’m sure next year will be great,” expressed Snakenberg.

“Jadyn did a fantastic job on the council maintaining her place, but I want to step it up a notch now that  I am chairperson. I want to be even more a voice for the students at Central,” explained Anderson.

The first meeting for the new term will be held in August at the Board of Education. After the first meeting,  the council will meet the first Monday of every month to hear the voices of Hamilton County students and shed light some of the county’s most significant issues. The council opens up a great opportunity for county officials to here some of the most important voices in the county, the students’.

“I have two main points,” Anderson began, “testing and equal education opportunities. I believe we should find a way to better standardized testing. I also believe that education should be the same at every school in Hamilton County. If CSAS has new laptops for their students, Central should have an opportunity to get new laptops.”

Both Anderson and Henderson are passionate about the betterment of their school and the county, and, through them, change can be made. With two incredibly diligent students, progress for Central High School is looking more promising than ever. The Central Digest congratulates these two outstanding students and praises them for their commitment to helping our school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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D’Andre Anderson and Monet Henderson Advocate for Change on Student Advisory Council