Articles in the SGA Category
By Caroline Dempsey
On Tuesday, April 25, it was announced that junior Cameron Fink will be taking over the student body president position for the 2017-2018 school year.
After a cut throat election against opponent Landon Coles, Fink admitted to feeling relief at the results of the elections.
“All day I was really …
By Caroline Kirk
On Friday, Nov. 18, at lunch juniors Kellen Long and Hub Chason were awarded as Leon High School’s first ever pie eating team champions. Sophomore Cole Conley won the singles competition.
As a fundraiser for Second Harvest, Gibson Howard, along with the Community Service committee in SGA, put on a …
By Caroline Sipple
On Friday, Nov. 18, Leon’s first ever pie eating contest will be held at Leon on the lawn at lunch.
The community service committee of SGA, headed by Gibson Howard, will be organizing this event. For an individual it’s 5 dollars to participate and for a team it is 10 …
By Maya Levy
On Monday, Nov. 7, Leon’s student government association attended the Florida Association of Student Councils conference at Florida State University’s campus. The meeting was specifically for SGA’s in district one.
Each SGA was split up into two groups. One group attended a resolutions meeting where they voted on resolutions …
By Caroline Kirk
The Class of 2018 looks forward to an exciting Rocktoberfest event this year with headline names such as “The Good Little Chickens” set to play.
The set list came out today, Oct. 4. There were auditions Sept. 27 and 28, and of the 15 groups who auditioned, 10 were …
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By Hannah Wong
Festive holiday decorations were put up all over the lobby by members of the Student Government Association yesterday, Dec. 1.
The project was directed by Student Government’s School Spirit Committee. It’s an annual tradition at Leon. The decorations include holiday lights and hanging snowflakes. Some were saved from previous …
By Hannah Rodriguez
Student Body President Carlton DiSalvo is heading a project this week, Nov. 9 through Nov. 13, to spread awareness for Veterans Day. For the rest of the week during lunch, there will be two flags set up in the lobby. Students can pay $1 to put their name on a …