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SGA Profile: Ryan Bohatec Q & A


Recently, junior Ryan Bohatec was elected senior class president 2016-2017.

Q: What do you hope to accomplish as senior class president?

Bohatec: “My focuses will be centered around promoting school spirit…promoting excellence in academics…and making this a good overall school year…[also] making it great like Garrett [did].”

Q: Do you have any previous experience in leadership positions?

Bohatec: “Not at all.  At my youth group, yeah.  I was [also] a freshman class representative.”

Q: What made you decide to run for class president?

Bohatec: “A lot of people said I should and there were some things that some students want to change.  I feel like I can accomplish that for them.”

Q: “Are you involved in any other school or community organizations?

Bohatec: “My youth group, FCA, and the football team.”

Q: How do you plan on making your senior year special?

Bohatec: “First I’m gonna accomplish what the students want and over the summer I’m going to work with the other [members of] SGA to accomplish what they want to accomplish.”

Q: What do you think needs to be improved in the school?

Bohatec: The [hallway system], school lunches, and pep rallies need to be more exciting.  And those are just a few of the many things that need to be improved.”

Q: How do you think we should improve the relationship between administrators and students?

Bohatec: “There probably needs to be more communication and understanding.  We talk to them about how we feel and then they tell us how they feel..[this] will bring us closer to a mutual understanding.  It’s all about communication.”

Q: How do you plan on raising student spirit?

Bohatec: “Promoting more activities where students can express their school spirit, like hat day, or people can wear PG gear.  [Also] making it a more fun atmosphere and not always so serious.  It would be cool if we could do school-wide activities….I’ll have to talk to the administration about that.”

Q: What changes do you plan on implementing?

Bohatec: “I haven’t really talked to the administration about anything yet, so I don’t know what we can do.  One thing is a tutoring system, because some teachers can only stay after certain days and some students can’t come so their grades suffer.  I was thinking about student led tutoring where they can help each other out.”

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