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Jake Slater

Q: What do you want people to know about you?

A: I’m invested in making next year one of the greatest at LHS, and I have some exciting new ideas that I want to incorporate into the year. I am grateful for everything I have, especially this school, which has given me so much through the years, and I will work hard to keep it a great place for everyone. Also, I am always open to any suggestions, as I believe that seven minds on the Executive Board, while some of the greatest in LHS, can never match the 1,500+ other minds here flowing with ideas of what they would like to see the school improve or incorporate. I would always work my hardest and try my very best to bring success to this school in the year ahead.

Q: Why are you running for Exec Board and what are your plans if you are voted on?

A: Other than the fact that it’ll be a ton of fun, this school has given me a lot of valuable experiences and lessons, whether that be through my peers, my teachers or the faculty, and I would like to repay all of these people next year by making it the greatest year possible. You guys deserve it with all of the amazing things you’ve done here at LHS and around Libertyville. Additionally, it is my senior year, and I want to leave the school to the underclassmen and incoming freshmen as great and as accepting as I have experienced it thus far.

Q: How long have you been a part of Student Council?

A: I’ve been an active member of the Stu Cru for only my junior year but feel prepared and excited to take on the challenges of the Exec Board if I am offered the opportunity.


One of Slater's campaign posters. Click to enlarge.
Photo courtesy of Jake Slater
One of Slater’s campaign posters. Click to enlarge.

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