By Lauren Mascarenhas, Courier Managing Editor
A recent change in the ASB cabinet at Logan has resulted in the promotion of junior, Allison Drumm, from ASB vice president to president.
Allison proved to be successful at her duties as vice president, organizing two blood drives and overseeing monthly teacher appreciation. “As President, my role is more broad and administrative. For example, I lead the leadership class, hold meetings and support the leadership staff in their endeavors,” said Drumm.
“As far as what I plan to do to serve the school, I plan to proceed with the current leadership agenda,” Drumm continued. This will include organization of dances and prom, as well as the annual spirit week skits and rallies – something Drumm said, “Everyone will be proud of.” “Other than working to make these events successful, I have some interests outside of the leadership class, which can have an impact on Logan Students and their families,” said Drumm.
She represents the school as a member of the James Logan High School Marching Band. As a co-founder and co-president of the Breast Cancer Awareness Association- a recently founded club at Logan, she plans to help the community in a way that goes beyond school service.
“I would have liked to become president through a vote of the entire student body,” said Drumm.
Despite the unusual circumstances that brought Allison to the task of taking on the presidency mid-year, she remains confident, “I am fortunate to have gained new skills and insights into our student government and am certain that I can do the job. Besides, we have many wonderful and motivated people in the leadership class, and I am truly blessed to work along side of them.”