Elections for EC (Executive Council) happened last week and your new EC rep for 9th grade next year is Arjun Dhar. Although there were many candidates (Ayla, Sora, Surya, Keshav, Sanghun, Ananya and Aarav), Arjun was able to sway the most votes. from the 8th graders. He had a funny speech and at the same time it was very inspiring and explained clearly what his goals for next year would be. The DM team knows that Arjun will be a great EC rep for AES next year. #8thGrade #Elec
Menaha: What made you decide you wanted to become a candidate for the EC in the first place? Shaila: I’ve been in AES for a long time and if I were chosen I’d really enjoy being able to help out the 9th grade and any problems they have. I’d feel like I’m a part of solving those problems and representing the 9th grade. Menaha: In your opinion, what are the qualities of a good EC member? Shaila: I think first of all Leadership because you’re representing the 9th grade. Trustwor
Sagar: What made you decide you wanted to become a candidate in the first place? Akshay: Well firstly, I really wanted to enhance my leadership skills, I’ve been a part of many leadership things, for example I just came here from climate committee and I’ve been doing the peer facilitator program for two years and I’ve been a peer ambassador for two years as well. So I’ve gained a lot of experience and my leadership skills are developing now and I want to keep on growing them.
The Associated Student Council (ASC) is the student government organization at AES. ASC consists of two main components: the Executive Committee (EC) and four Class Councils (CC). The EC has members from all grades in the high school and focuses on school policies and the annual Fall Fiesta, while Class Councils focus on their grade, events, dances, and spirit. This week, the 8th grade (2017-18 freshmen) will have the opportunity to vote for the single 9th grade representativ