-Explain your definition of a leader.
"A leader is someone who sticks up for what they believe in and a person who always helps others in any time of need no matter who needs the help. "
-What do you believe are your leadership strengths?
"I believe my leadership strengths are I am a great motivator, I always try to look on the bright side of things, I use integrity, I use honesty, I am respectful and responsible. I love and are big in making sure that everyone is included. "
-What are your special interests or skills?
"I do some acting. My skills are public speaking. I am not afraid to speak in front of a large crowd. I also have some very tech-savvy skills that come in handy for all sorts of research arch and looking up new ideas. "
-Briefly list and describe any clubs, activities, or groups in which you have participated.
"I have been apart of track and field in the past and I always made sure to boost my teammates confidence. I am very involved in my churches Summer kids programs as a leader. I am also in charge if the kids worship at my church for the kids ministry on a weekly basis."
-In terms of school culture and school pride, in what areas do see a possibility for improvement at ILCS?
"I think we could change spirit week for 3rd-6th graders by increasing, even more, their involvement in spirit week by turning it into a Battle Against the Grades Challenge. Each grade has four classes so we would pair them off in pairs of two then the final two in each grade would face off after elimination of a pair. If their team was eliminated they could still participate in spirit days. After elimination we would be left with four teams, one from each grade and they would battle each other in a final epic spirit day battle! The teachers could pick their prize by maybe having it be extra recess or something similar. For middle school we could boost and increase their involvement by having spirit week be a week with more basic themed spirit days. For example, wearing the same brand with their friends, the same color, same pattern, and maybe even a twinning day! I just want to help middle schoolers increase their involvement in spirit weeks by treating it like a fun week to match with their friends. This spirit week would help middle schoolers feel like they really could be involved with just the normal things that they have. Another change I would make is based on what I’ve heard from fellow students, for middle schoolers, about the dance. What I have heard is that they want more of a say in what dance theme is. This could be changed by having a poll with the students being able to type their ideas and submit them to the student council! I just want to be sure that everyone has the opportunity to be involved and turn school spirit into a fun experience that they’ll look forward to. For middle school dances, I also want students to say that they had the idea that was chosen for the theme. "