The leadership of Huntington High School’s Class of 2023 is an incredibly enthusiastic group of young people who are working hard on behalf of their fellow sophomores.
Elections were held last fall with Ella Kamenstein (president), Rachel Morina (vice president), Neha Rathore (recording secretary), Leah Sheran (treasurer) and Mackenzie Ahern (public relations coordinator) winning offices.
“I am really excited to be the president of the Class of 2023,” Ms. Kamenstein said. “This year had been pretty weird and unexpected, but we are making the most of it. I am looking forward to all the events in store for this year. We are in the middle of planning some events. I am ready to see what 2021 brings.”
The class leaders are all collaborating well together and complementing each other’s strengths.
“I am so grateful to have been selected to as the treasurer for the Class of 2023,” Ms. Sheran said. “I love holding an officer position in the student government. This year we are planning a few fundraisers. Our upcoming fundraiser is a sweatshirt sale, which we are very excited about.”
Each of the leaders is full of ideas, which they are enjoying bouncing off each other for feedback and encouragement.
“I’m pleased to be serving as a recording secretary for the Class of 2023 and being an officer to represent my class,” Ms. Rathore said. “As of right now, the other officers and I are planning out our designs for apparel for the students at Huntington. We are also getting ready to send out order forms as soon as possible.”
In the run-up to the winter vacation, student government members worked hard to make a special Spirit Week filled with activities a fun time for everyone.
Teachers Cindy Espejo-McGivney and Alona Regan are the Class of 2023’s faculty advisors. Teacher Melissa Sorrentino will also be pitching in to help the sophomore leaders make this a successful year.