Zsy Goodie, ASB President
September 17, 2014 • 660 views
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Many students juggle schoolwork and sports while attempting to make time for friends and family. Adding the stress of being class president to this load would not be an easy task, yet a handful of students accept the challenge.
“Time management is the key, and also organization. There’s a lot more work, since I’m representing my school, and also more meetings and responsibilities,” said senior Zsy Goodie.
Being Class President isn’t always a walk in the park, but it certainly has its perks. With so much responsibility and so many rallies, dances, and other exciting activities, one is bound to stay busy. It is also inevitable, though, to have fun.
“The best part about it is being the voice of the school. Also, Homecoming, because it was the most difficult, but I definitely enjoyed the outcome,” said Goodie.
As if it isn’t enough of a challenge, this isn’t Zsy’s first year as Class President, but her third. Through the hard work and sacrifice, she was able to influence action and inspire students. Although she makes look easy, the job definitely takes a struggle.
“You need to have determination. Being able to get opinions from not just my clique, but from other groups, too, and being able to take opinions is important as well. Also, you can’t be biased in your decisions,” said Goodie
Not everyone can have ASB Presidents like Zsy Goodie. With her experience and determination, she is sure to have yet another successful year.