Milton Anticipates Tight Head Monitor Race
by Charlie Blasberg on Tuesday, April 15th, 2014This year’s Head Monitor race promises to be the closest in recent history. The fierce competition is a testament to each candidate’s overall strength, and students face a tough decision to make tomorrow.
Kiana Mendes would bring experience to SGA as Head Monitor. An agreeable and outgoing classmate, Kiana has led the junior class to a successful year as its Class Counselor. Kiana is a natural leader and has brought her classmates closer together during her tenure as Class Counselor.
Running opposite Kiana, Alison Garber brings drive and motivation to the table. When Alison saw a void at Milton, she filled it by founding the Art 170 club to let students try art in a stress free environment. Alison would be an efficient and effective leader.
Erika Lamere genuinely understands the role of being a leader. Erika is a role model and an outgoing member of the Milton community: through her work on the athletic field, Erika has demonstrated the very leadership skill that would make her a great Head Monitor.
Caroline Wall would bring some spice to the position of Head Monitor. Her sense of humor, cheerful outlook, and ability to bring out the best in others are always on display. She is humble, confident, and eccentric.
Often clad in tie-dye shoes, Jake Daniel brings clear goals and a determination to achieve those goals. Jake is also an especially bright and charismatic member of the community, having won the respect of the student body over the past two weeks.
Louis Demetroulakos, besides being the Milton Measure’s beloved advice columnist, brings strength and direction to every role he plays. His humor flows naturally, and people rally behind him.
Jared Turner is an amicable, easy-going, and incredibly persistent guy. You will never see Jared without a smile on his face. He would bring a light heart to the position of Head Monitor next year.
A competitive soccer and baseball player, Adam Friedberg has a level head and a cool demeanor under pressure. When addressing Classes I and II last Friday, Adam spoke clearly and confidently about the changes he would bring the Olympus teams next year.
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