Central Seniors Elect 2022-2023 Class Officers


Katie Garnand

CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 2022-2023 CLASS REPRESENTATIVES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN- Pictured above from left to right is Treasurer Seth Young, Secretary Sydney Tory, Vice President Carson Simms, and President Alivia Harvest.

Miracle Strickland, Staff Writer

On September 15, administration announced this year’s senior class representatives. Seniors voted during advisory periods to elect Class President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. This year’s Class President is cheer captain Alivia Harvest, Vice President is Digest Copy Editor Carson Simms, Class Secretary is color guard member Sydney Tory, and class Treasurer is National Honors Society and Beta Club member Seth Young. Congratulations to these seniors on their elections for the 2022-2023 school year.

“It feels amazing to be able to represent the senior class and be the connection between the students and faculty. My goals as Class President are hosting Powder-puff in an efficient and effective manner, adding Senior activities to make our last year our best year, adding in-school functions for all grades as a way for students to have more interaction, and decorating the hallways for added school spirit. I am looking forward to the fun activities ahead,”expressed Alivia Harvest. 

Harvest has big plans for Central with additions to improve the school not only for seniors, but everyone at Central. Harvest has also served as Central’s president her junior year.   

Vice President Carson Simms shared, “The honor of representing Central High School students has always been a dream of mine. I have always wanted to be a voice for the students and achieve a better high school experience. My goal as Vice President is to bring back those old Central High School traditions and start some new ones. The biggest thing for me is giving the students a voice to help them share their suggestions and hopefully make changes throughout the year. I most look forward to helping seniors have a memorable senior year and increase school spirit.” 

Simms is looking forward to supporting Central, and the students. He enjoys helping out around the school in anyway he can. Although this is his first year serving as a class representative, Carson is looking forward to helping Harvest, and Central High School.

“I am thankful for my classmates votes, and am very honored and excited to have this opportunity. As secretary I want to write good minutes for the senior class. I hope our minutes from this year can be used to inspire future generations of Central students. As secretary I want to attend Alumni meetings and give class reports. My biggest goal is supporting my classmates in office as best as I can,” stated Secretary Sydney Tory.

As Secretary Tory has goals she hopes to accomplish within this school year. She is also looking forward to standing by Simms and Harvest’s sides to support the Central student body this school year.

Treasurer Seth Young exclaimed, “It feels surreal to be voted class Treasurer. Overall, my goal is to work with the president, Alivia Harvest, to make her vision for the school a reality.  I’m looking forward to the comradery between myself and the other officers, and the connection we’ll build by working together.”

Young can’t wait to serve the school and student body of Central. Young has his own plans he would like to put in place with the help of the other senior representatives.

This year’s senior class representatives have big plans already put into place at Central. Not only do these students only want to help seniors, but the Central student body as a whole. Students at Central are already seeing new changes placed into effect by the works of this year’s 2022-2023 class representatives.