ASB president attends student congress

LJHS representative Erik Vanstrum, in the green shirt next to Kowba, represented the his school school on a panel consisting of other Associated Student Body presidents from around the district.

Photo by Giovanni Moujaes

During the meeting, the students provided input on issues regarding bullying, cafeteria food, budget cuts and substitute teachers. The student congress will continue throughout the year in order to combat issues directly affecting students.

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