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2021-22 High School Executive Council Announced!

Announcing the 2021-22 High School Executive Council!

The following juniors and seniors were elected by their peers to lead the high school student body next year:

 

President: Jilli Tiao (12th)


“I have served on executive council for two years now. It has been a blessing serving our school and getting to work with amazing leaders. I have started from the bottom and worked my way up. I feel that I have the experience and character to lead council and our school.”

Vice President: Bethany Dominguez (12th)

“I am Vice President of the Junior class, have experience in leadership, and I simply enjoyed that position a lot! I will transfer those skills to a greater position as Vice President of the Executive Council. I care about RCS and will genuinely be happy to attend every event and meeting. I also think it is really exciting to be a part of the group of people who make executive decisions at RCHS, and I am excited to be Vice President.”

 

 

Secretary: A’Kaia Phelps (12th)

“I believe I am very hard working when It comes to any task I am assigned. Additionally, I am very organized and can multitask efficiently. I can bring new ideas that benefit RCHS as a whole.”

Social Chairs: Reece Gallarzan (11th) & Vienna Hendren (11th)

“I am running for this position because I want to bring a positive and exciting atmosphere to Redwood Christian High School. School can be hard at times, and the exciting events are what keeps school fun. I love event planning and watching people have a great time, so I believe I would fit this position very well.”

 

 

“I’d like to be a leader in the school. My siblings have done things for RCS that have made our names recognizable, and I want to continue that legacy. In terms of working as a social chairman, I want to create an atmosphere where we, as a student body, can come together in events outside of school. I know I can work well with whoever else is elected with me. Knowing that I’ll have upperclassmen -who have also taken this role- as my advisors makes me confident in the position that I want to be in. Seeing the success of the previous social chairman makes me want to go higher than the bar that they have set.”

Activities Coordinators: & Hannah John (11th) & Caleb Zambrano (12th)

“I enjoy working with other students from different classes because it gives a sense of unity and fellowship amongst the different grades. I also love the joy and excitement that the classes show when the council puts together something. When I wasn’t on council, I thought that all these activities and planning were easy and effortless, but when I joined last year, I realized how much work goes into making something run smoothly and efficiently. So this definitely has opened my eyes to how much hard work and thought goes into council and it has made me appreciate those who are in it and support it.”
“I have joy in serving people, especially my peers, and feel I have a lot to offer to this team – for the benefit of serving the entire Student Body as a whole. As activities coordinator, I can offer a lot of fun ideas to the council for the RCHS student body to participate in.  I believe there is great value in bonding as a school, and it is important to offer fun, exciting activities for a chance for the body to create lifelong friendships that will outlast high school and even college!”

 

 

 

Positions Appointed by RCHS Admin:

Treasurer: Jorge Rivera (12th)

Fundraising Coordinator: Josiah Saavedra-Flores (12th)

Spiritual Outreach Coordinators: Yael Cherry (12th) & Ethan King (12th)

 

Congratulations to the 2021-22 Executive Council.  We look forward to the new school year!

 

 

 

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2021-22 High School Executive Council Announced!

Announcing the 2021-22 High School Executive Council!

The following juniors and seniors were elected by their peers to lead the high school student body next year:

 

President: Jilli Tiao (12th)


“I have served on executive council for two years now. It has been a blessing serving our school and getting to work with amazing leaders. I have started from the bottom and worked my way up. I feel that I have the experience and character to lead council and our school.”

Vice President: Bethany Dominguez (12th)

“I am Vice President of the Junior class, have experience in leadership, and I simply enjoyed that position a lot! I will transfer those skills to a greater position as Vice President of the Executive Council. I care about RCS and will genuinely be happy to attend every event and meeting. I also think it is really exciting to be a part of the group of people who make executive decisions at RCHS, and I am excited to be Vice President.”

 

 

Secretary: A’Kaia Phelps (12th)

“I believe I am very hard working when It comes to any task I am assigned. Additionally, I am very organized and can multitask efficiently. I can bring new ideas that benefit RCHS as a whole.”

Social Chairs: Reece Gallarzan (11th) & Vienna Hendren (11th)

“I am running for this position because I want to bring a positive and exciting atmosphere to Redwood Christian High School. School can be hard at times, and the exciting events are what keeps school fun. I love event planning and watching people have a great time, so I believe I would fit this position very well.”

 

 

“I’d like to be a leader in the school. My siblings have done things for RCS that have made our names recognizable, and I want to continue that legacy. In terms of working as a social chairman, I want to create an atmosphere where we, as a student body, can come together in events outside of school. I know I can work well with whoever else is elected with me. Knowing that I’ll have upperclassmen -who have also taken this role- as my advisors makes me confident in the position that I want to be in. Seeing the success of the previous social chairman makes me want to go higher than the bar that they have set.”

Activities Coordinators: & Hannah John (11th) & Caleb Zambrano (12th)

“I enjoy working with other students from different classes because it gives a sense of unity and fellowship amongst the different grades. I also love the joy and excitement that the classes show when the council puts together something. When I wasn’t on council, I thought that all these activities and planning were easy and effortless, but when I joined last year, I realized how much work goes into making something run smoothly and efficiently. So this definitely has opened my eyes to how much hard work and thought goes into council and it has made me appreciate those who are in it and support it.”
“I have joy in serving people, especially my peers, and feel I have a lot to offer to this team – for the benefit of serving the entire Student Body as a whole. As activities coordinator, I can offer a lot of fun ideas to the council for the RCHS student body to participate in.  I believe there is great value in bonding as a school, and it is important to offer fun, exciting activities for a chance for the body to create lifelong friendships that will outlast high school and even college!”

 

 

 

Positions Appointed by RCHS Admin:

Treasurer: Jorge Rivera (12th)

Fundraising Coordinator: Josiah Saavedra-Flores (12th)

Spiritual Outreach Coordinators: Yael Cherry (12th) & Ethan King (12th)

 

Congratulations to the 2021-22 Executive Council.  We look forward to the new school year!

 

 

 

You May Also Be Interested In:

2021 RCHS Homecoming Court Announced
2021 National Hispanic Scholar: Davis Banks
2021 National Merit Finalist: Rohan John
2021 Rotary Speech Meet Winner: Olivia Fryling
Inspiring Application at RCHS