The results are in! Landmark students voted to elect Student Council officers on September 12. Joseph Membrino won the race for president, John Simpson secured the vice president slot, Jake Lunder will serve as treasurer, and Lee Dalzell assumes the position of secretary.
Candidates bravely delivered speeches in Ansara on September 11, outlining their platform and explaining what makes them the strongest candidate for the job.
Joe vowed to listen to students and bring their ideas and concerns to the administration.
"If you choose to elect me as your Student Council President, I promise to lead through listening, making myself available to hear your needs and suggestions. I will then take those ideas and be your voice to the administration," he said. "I want to advocate in order to make our experience while at school more positive and enjoyable as possible. For example, I personally have always had a problem with the glare from the sun in the morning during breakfast; if elected, I will push for shades to be put in the cafeteria to help make the morning more enjoyable."
In addition to organizing campus-wide events, the Student Council raises money for organizations near and far, including the Open Door Food Pantry in Gloucester, Beverly Bootstraps, nAGLY, Ddembe Home Uganda, Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (NPH), and many more.
From left to right: John Simpson, Joseph Membrino, Jake Lunder, and Lee Dalzell