Diversity

April Diversity Profiles: ASB Edition

By Sergio Bucio, Diversity Co- Editor

Helen Thais – Junior – Next ASB President

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What extracurricular activities are you involved in at Forest Grove High School?

I am a part of The Advocate Newspaper club which takes up a majority of my time and commitment. Also, I am currently in ASB serving as the Junior Class Vice President. I am also a member of National Honors society–also in multiple dance classes which I love to do.

How did you get involved in those activities?

I just really wanted to get out there and take initiative. I wanted to get involved regardless about how many friends I had in the club or organization.

What types of differences would you like to see at Forest Grove High School?

I’d like to completely change the environment of the student body by encouraging students to take a stand against hateful words and be more accepting of the different cultures that are present in Forest Grove.

What are some goals you have set for this upcoming school year?

Get more involved in the events thrown at school and also to make sure that students feel more welcomed at school.

Is there anything that you wish you could be involved in, but are not?

I would wish to join a new club or sport but my schedule doesn’t permit that.

What do you like to do for fun?

I love to volunteer; it is a positive way to give back to the community. I also take 6 dance classes.

What is one fun fact about yourself?

I have been participating in Dance since I was 3 years old.

 

Elijah Peters – Sophomore – Next ASB Vice President

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What extracurricular activities are you involved in at Forest Grove High School?

I am in ASB and participate in boys soccer.

How did you get involved in those activities?

I have a passion for soccer and I thought ASB would be a great opportunity for me to get out there and be a leader.

What types of differences would you like to see at Forest Grove High School?

For everyone to feel included no matter who you are here at Forest Grove High School.

What are some goals you have set for this upcoming school year?

I’d like to fully diversify our student body as well as create new traditions and build on old ones.

Is there anything that you wish you could be involved in, but are not?

I would wish to be in Sparrow club because I feel that it is a great organization that gives back to the community.

What do you like to do for fun?

I like to spend time with my friends and play sports.

What is one fun fact about yourself?

I am actually a very shy person.

 

Karla Morales – Junior – ASB Treasurer

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What extracurricular activities are you involved in at Forest Grove High School?

I am involved in ASB as Junior class treasurer, the dance team, the culinary club as well as Vik crew.

How did you get involved in those activities?

I tried out for dance because I love it, I joined Vik crew because I love helping students and community especially freshman coming to the high school for the first time, and I love cooking therefore I joined culinary club because it sounds like a great match for me.

What types of differences would you like to see at Forest Grove High School?

I would wish to see more of the of the student body involved with the activities that happen around the school, and also see more people involved with the many after-school clubs.

What are some goals you have set for this upcoming school year?

Make sure that students are more comfortable here at Forest Grove high school. I’d really love it if I could make the varsity dance team, and also to get a 4.0 this year.

Another thing that I’d love is to create a legacy and have an impact here in our community of Forest Grove.

Is there anything that you wish you could be involved in, But are not?

I’d love to join Sparrow club and newspaper club but my schedule and time does not allow it.

What do you like to do for fun?

I absolutely love to dance.

What is one fun fact about yourself?

I am not as shy as I seem.

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