The Junior Class Welcomes New Co-Treasurers


Sarah Phelps

Katherine Lotts’s campaign poster for junior class treasurer.

Sarah Phelps, News Editor

Not long after the opening of the 2022-23 school year, the Junior Student Council Association’s treasurer position opened. After a few days of announcing the opening, the first election ended up being between 14 juniors.

At the end of the first round of voting, there was a tie between six of the candidates which led to a second election between the six.

The second election ended with a tie between two candidates, and Rockbridge County High School’s SCA sponsor, Ms. Jessika Crance, spoke on why the decision was made to have co-treasurers.

“There were so many that ran in general and when we did the run-off, there were still six left, so we did the top two,” said Crance.

Juniors John Lindberg and Katherine Lotts won the election for treasurer, and both will act as co-treasurers.

“I am really excited to be in SCA,” said Lotts. “I think it will be fun to share ideas and work together.”

To learn more about Rockbridge County High School’s Student Council Association, email Ms. Jessika Crance.