By Addison Schwing – Staff Reporter
The votes are in and freshman Andrew Rosato has been elected the president of the Jonathan Law Class of 2023. At the beginning of every year, students from every staff campaign to become the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, or senator of their respective class. Advocate Staff Reporter Addison Schwing interviewed Rosato about his elected.
Addison Schwing: What inspired you to run for freshman class president?
Andrew Rosato: I’ve just always been a huge fan of the high school, especially considering that an older sibling has been here before. I wanted to be an advocate for the school and help out with my grade. I’ve always liked the other students in my grade so I felt like I would want to represent them.
AS: How does being freshman class president affect you?
AR: Personally, I feel that it kind of helps your self esteem a lot to know that people are willing to have you as the president of the grade, and it’s helpful to know that people support the idea of you leading the class.
AS: What are some of your goals as freshman class president?
AR: I shoot to possibly exceed the standards for raising money. I know that the people in my cabinet are beyond capable in raising a lot of money for our grade and helping people out.
AS: What would you consider one of your strengths and weaknesses?
AR: For strengths, I feel like I’m a good public speaker and that I can address the class efficiently, and kind of give the aspect of how people who are leading the class are capable of what they’re doing. For a weakness, I think that I can be a little extra sometimes, and I have too high of standards.
AS: Do you intend to run for class office in the future?
AR: Yes, because I just like my grade, and I want to keep helping them out and representing them.