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Northwest announces new student body officers

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The student body officers for the 2018-2019 school year pose in front of a Viking. From left to right stand Emma Fagerberg, student body secretary, Clayton Joyner, student body president and Wyatt Coon, student body vice president.

The student body officers for the 2018-2019 school year pose in front of a Viking. From left to right stand Emma Fagerberg, student body secretary, Clayton Joyner, student body president and Wyatt Coon, student body vice president.

The student body officers for the 2018-2019 school year pose in front of a Viking. From left to right stand Emma Fagerberg, student body secretary, Clayton Joyner, student body president and Wyatt Coon, student body vice president.

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The results are in, and the race is over. After weeks of campaigning and anticipation, Northwest has its new student body officers for the 2018-2019 school year.

The student body officers are composed of rising seniors. The president is Clayton Joyner, followed by Wyatt Coon as vice president and Emma Fagerberg as secretary.

“I was really excited [when I found out I won],” Joyner said. “I was kind of just living it up with my classmates. I was overwhelmed with joy.”

Like Joyner, Coon was excited to find out he’d won.

“I was excited, and I was really happy,” Coon said. “We were in APUSH, and everyone kind of started yelling, it was fun.”

Fagerberg was filled with a bit of shock, but as her fellow officers, she was happy to know she’d been voted into office.

“Honestly, I was a little shocked because I didn’t think I would place in student body, I was thinking I was gonna get senior class,” Fagerberg said. “It was really surprising, and it’s really been cool. People are still congratulating me a week later.”

Fagerberg is an active student at Northwest. She is the op/ed editor of the Northwest Horizons, an NHS and SNHS member, a current student council officer and the President of the Gay-Straight Alliance, and she seeks to continue making an impact.

“I’m super excited to be on the announcements,” Fagerberg said. “Also, I’m really excited to continue with student council and be able to affect change.”

Joyner, who is a member of the Northwest boys’ lacrosse team, the Pursuit of Truth Society and YoungLife looks forward to serving his peers.

“First off, I’m really excited to do the announcements because it’s just a way of talking to everybody at once,” Joyner said. “Then, I’m also excited to make the themes for the football games and do other things for the school.”

As a member of the Northwest boys’ lacrosse team and NHS, Coon is happy about continuing his footprint on Northwest.

“Definitely [looking forward to] the announcements, they’re about to be amazing,” Coon said. “We’re gonna have some good football themes this year. Big things coming.”

Coon is thankful to his peers for voting him into office, and to them he says:

“Y’all are the best, you won’t be disappointed. You can come talk to me, I’m always here if you need support. Because y’all supported me, I will always support you.”

Fagerberg expressed similar sentiments.

“Thank you so much,” Fagerberg said. “It’s a great day to be a Viking.”

Joyner is also grateful.

“I want to say thank you to everybody who voted for me, cause you’re all big ballers,” Joyner said. “Let’s make this a great year.”

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