By Abbie Ewing and Rachel Naville
Senior Class Vice President Lucas Corley
In a heated race, Corley lost the election against Meldrum for president, but is now happy with his vice presidential role. Corley is also very involved in the Radio/TV program as a broadcaster for many of the sports.
Bagpiper: What are your responsibilities as vice president?
Lucas Corley: “My only real responsibility is to speak during graduation and help plan for that, but I’ve taken initiative to try to spread school spirit in a positive way and help my class in whatever way they need me to.”
BP: Why do you think leadership is important?
LC: “I believe if you have the abilities to serve others as a leader, it is your responsibility to use those skils that you’ve been blessed with in a manner that will help others.”
Senior class president John Meldrum
This is not Meldrum’s first year with a leadership role. He was also class president his junior year and vice president his sophomore year. Meldrum also represented the wrestling team last year as the team captain.
BP: Why did you decide to run for class president?
John Meldrum: “I feel like I have the charisma and social skills to lead my school.”
BP: Do you like being a leader? If so, why?
JM: “Yes, it keeps me focused, and I like leading by example.”