By Ava Burkat
Mark Forster, Caroline Susco, Andrea Cadima, Zachary Evans and Catherine Irons are Paul VI freshmen who ran for office this school year. Panther Press recently interviewed Forster and Susco, who won the election as class co-presidents, also earning them spots on the Student Government Association Executive Board.
Panther Press: How do you plan to help/change the school?
M: To change the school, we will definitely be taking in student suggestions. Things that students don’t like or cause them trouble, we will change.
C: I plan to help make Marathon Madness really fun by having different shows.
PP: Any new events we can look forward to?
M: We will be planning many fun new events throughout the year, such as new sporting games for Spirit Week or class vs. class games on the front lawn.
C: Some events you can look forward to are the Homecoming Dance and, later in the winter, Marathon Madness.
PP: Have you been a class Officer before? Have any of your siblings?
M: None of my siblings have been class officers, but I’m the former president of the student government at St. Timothy Catholic School.
C: My siblings were never on SGA, so I am the first one do participate in it.
PP: Where did you go to middle school?
M: St. Timothy Catholic School.
C: I went to St. Timothy School last year.