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    • Lawrence Road Middle SchoolStudent Council Candidates 2012 Voting will be during your SS class on Friday, September 28th.
    • Aniya Brown forStudent Council President I will listen to your ideas and make sure your opinions are noticed.
    • Roger Cruz forStudent Council President I would like to make sure that there is no bullying in our school.
    • Lauryn Jacques for Student Council President Not only am I going to make this a successful year, but one to never forget. It’s going to be live!
    • Ariana Pineda forStudent Council President I am running for President. You should vote for me because I will improve the school in what ever way I can.
    • Isaiah Rodriguez forStudent Council President • Tired of saggy cold sandwiches? Vote for me. • Tired of boring trips? Vote for me. • Feel like you have no say at all at what the school does? Just inform me, and I’ll take care of the rest. Vote for me
    • Phalan Smith forStudent Council President • I would like to help the student body by improving school lunch • I want to make Lawrence Road even more fun!! • I will help at parent-teacher conferences. • I want to fundraise for fun activities such as Crafternoon.
    • Varun Sanichara forStudent Council President • I want to improve school trips • I would like more fundraisers • I would like more activities for Honor’s Society
    • Skylar Broome forStudent Council Treasurer If I was elected Treasurer I would want to use the money for things that the people want, such as more school trips.
    • Shawn Edouard forStudent Council Treasurer • I will not play a sport so I can spend more time as treasurer. • I will manage the school’s money and spend it wisely.
    • Roberta Geffrard forStudent Council Secretary I want to focus on other things besides for school lunches.
    • Aracelis Genao for Student CouncilBilingual Ambassador • I want to have more Latin Music at the dances. • I would like the cafeteria to have more Latin foods.
    • Josiah Forbes forStudent Council Vice President I would assist the President and all of the students in every way I can. I will help the school become the best it can be.
    • Crystal Brown forStudent Council Vice President I want to be Vice President because there are kids that don’t even know about the suggestion box. I want to hear what they have to say and try to help.
    • Angie Cruz forStudent Council Vice President • I would help everyone go on trips. • I would take my position seriously. • I would not let anyone bully or disrespect you.
    • Keanu Wishropp forStudent Council Vice President I will create more trips and more fun activities.
    • Alexis Saravia for Student CouncilPublicity Coordinator As Publicity Coordinator I would come up with great ideas on how the school could look even more presentable. I would love to help out and be the best I can at my job.
    • Brittney Augustin for Student Council6th Grade Senator • I would like to have a fundraiser for kids at St. Judes. • I would like to raise funds for a playground. • Let’s have snack afterschool.
    • Monica Rodriguez for Student Council7th Grade Senator Vote for me and I will help improve our school by doing events such as dances, field trips, crafternoon and teacher appreciation.