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Student leaders take reins in Vale

The Vale High School Associated Student Body leadership class. (The Enterprise/Liliana Frankel)

VALE – A new student body leadership is taking the reins at Vale High School. 

The group consists of Tanner Steele, president; Ali Aldred, first vice president; and Wienna Cooke, second vice president.

Other new student leaders include Riley Johnson, social media specialist; Kailey McGourty, secretary, Jessi Arriola, events coordinator; Maddy Churchill, the videographer; Cassi Hersberg, the treasurer; John Wolfe, sergeant at arms; and Eli Mendieta, chief science officer. 

After a trying year of distance learning and few in-person events, the main goal is “just to get kids more involved,” said Churchill. 

“You’re kind of starting from ground zero,” said Steele, explaining that Vale’s Covid precautions have meant students are segregated into cohorts of 10 or . . .